When it comes to the multi-family housing market, old-style security thinking typically based access control design around the idea of fortifying exterior entrances without necessarily depending on electronic access.
Modern access solutions require a more holistic approach that takes security to the next level and includes electronic access control (EAC) products that keep residents safe while offering capabilities like using a phone as a credential, PIN code capabilities at common/amenity doors, and the use of traditional credentials all at the same time.
These technology differentiators are desired by both property owners/managers as well as residents. In addition, security technology must integrate with the many property management technologies available in the marketplace.
For this exclusive technology roundtable sponsored by dormakaba, multi-family housing is segmented into six distinct environments: market-rate apartments, privatized student housing, senior living, military housing, subsidized housing, and condominiums.
Read the full roundtable here: https://endeavor.postclickmarketing.com/CS_SIW_Dormakaba_Roundtable_0922
About the sponsor: dormakaba offers a deep PropTech technology product portfolio to support standard RFID credentials, mobile keys, transmitters, and PIN codes that can be used independently or all at the same time. Products include dormakaba’s web-based Community Access Management Software with Resident Visitor Management and the enhanced BlueSky mobile app, as well as the Keyscan Aurora-S hardwired option. Learn about all these products and more at www.dormakaba.com/us-en/solutions/products/multihousing-solutions.