- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Cloud Databases
- Robots - Wheeled Robots
- National Security & Defense
- Autonomous Robots
- Perimeter Security & Access Control
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
- System Integration
Invia Robotics, a rapidly growing tech-savvy company, was facing a significant challenge in managing the security of their premises. With employees working round the clock and new hires being added on a weekly basis, the task of managing and issuing physical keys was becoming increasingly complex and unmanageable. The company was in dire need of an efficient access control system. However, the traditional options available in the market were outdated and did not meet their requirements. The idea of replacing physical keys with badges was not appealing to them, as it would only shift the problem from managing keys to managing badges.
About The Customer
Invia Robotics is a fast-growing, tech-savvy robotics company. They have employees working at all hours of the day and night, and are constantly adding new hires. The company is heavily reliant on cloud technology for most of its operations. Invia Robotics was in need of a modern, efficient, and scalable access control system that could keep up with their rapid growth and the complexity of managing access for a large and constantly changing workforce. The company values innovative and high-tech solutions that can simplify processes and improve efficiency.
Invia Robotics found their solution in Avigilon Alta's cloud-based access control system. Being a tech-savvy company, Invia already had most of their technology running in the cloud, making Avigilon Alta's cloud-based solution a perfect fit. This solution eliminated the need for managing servers and local software, providing easy access to the control panel from anywhere. The system also automatically syncs with G Suite to manage users, eliminating the need for physical badges. Furthermore, Avigilon Alta's solution offered a mobile-first experience, allowing employees to use their phones to access the doors at the office. This not only simplified the access control process but also gave the office a sleek, high-tech look.
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