Paxton’s Net2 integrates with Intreba’s visitor management system
Paxton has announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Intreba’s visitor management solution, Arke. According to the company, the integration provides a personalized and user-friendly service to fulfill differing visitor requirements at various sites.
Arke utilizes a user’s mobile phone to bring additional functionality to PIN-based visitor management through Paxton’s Net2 access control. Users send an SMS containing the mobile number of their visitor through to the Arke system. Requests are then vetted before a PIN is sent to the visitor, also via SMS. Usage of the PIN on the site is monitored by the Arke client, and PINs are invalidated after use.
Paxton provides access control systems which meet the challenges and trends of the security market. Net2 is the company’s access control solution, with more than 150 buildings being fitted every week. Net2 offers centralized administration and control of sites ranging from one to hundreds of doors, and thousands of users.
Intreba specializes in developing access control software that is tailored to meet the needs of its customers. The company creates software that solves a wealth of problems, whether it’s increasing efficiency, enhancing functionality or executing new business strategies.
Kev Jones, Intreba’s Director, said in a statement: “Arke brings powerful, SMS-based visitor entry to Paxton customers. Comfortably supporting both commercial and residential deployments, Arke not only adds value to existing systems, but also opens the door to new access control opportunities.”
Chris Wilson, Paxton’s Product Manager, said: “The Arke solution will provide our customers with the ease and security of PIN issuance and authorization and will ensure that customers can maintain the security of their building while facilitating ease of entry for visitors. We’re delighted to work with Intreba, a company who place as much importance as we do on developing solutions to answer the needs of the security market.”