With the SMACS solutions of FASTCOM, e-shelter security secures high availability datacenters throughout Europe

September 14, 2022

FASTCOM Technology SA announces the completion of several projects with e-shelter security GmbH to secure datacenters in Zurich, Berlin and Frankfurt, among other cities.

With more than 20 years of experience, e-shelter security implements integrated security solutions for critical infrastructure companies. The best security systems are intelligently networked, from fire alarm and video technology to access control. Hazard management is carried out from our own certified emergency call and service control centers.

The challenge: Reliable control of the access of people as well as the material brought in the secure zones is crucial for security of the datacenters. One challenge is to organize the access process for authorized persons quickly and efficiently without allowing unauthorized access. Baggage and material transports should be possible both separately and in combination with personal access. At the same time, it is important to ensure efficient processing of alarms around the clock.

The solution: SMACS Flex and SMACS Mat mantrap technology is used to ensure the safe and efficient flow of people and materials into defined safety areas. This allows people and material flows to be integrated in the existing infrastructure into two- or multi-door mantraps, without additional construction measures. The FASTCOM system also takes into account special requirements for disabled persons. SMACS can realize mantrap sizes more than 15m? and provides for special operating modes, e.g. for cleaning and emergency exit. “With SMACS solutions, the requirements of TÜV-IT as well as specific customer requirements for people and material flows can be implemented optimally within the existing infrastructure. We combine these with enterprise-level access control systems and two-factor authentication using biometrics.” says Karsten Kruszynski, Solution Architect at e-shelter security.

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