CERN Nuclear Research Facility Installs Kaba RFID Locks to Secure All Hotels

CERN Implements Kaba 790 Locks on Guest Rooms at 3 Hotels and Back-of-House Areas So Physicists from 20 Countries Can Concentrate on Science

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Kaba’s 790 RFID locks are attractive and interface with our property management system perfectly.

Montreal, QC, Canada (PRWEB) November 06, 2013

Kaba, provider of Saflok™ and ILCO™ electronic locks, announced the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, installed the ILCO 790 RFID lock system for its 3 hotels and 40 staff and common-area access points. Click here for information on Kaba electronic locks.

CERN is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. Its guests and staff are physicists, engineers, and students from 580 institutions and universities around the world. These specialists use the facility’s complex scientific instruments to study the fundamental particles that make up the structure of the universe.

Advanced Kaba technology keeps CERN’s hotels safe
“We selected Kaba RFID locks because our top priority at CERN is to provide guests with a secure, trouble-free stay so they can concentrate on their projects,” said Bernard Goicoechea, general supervisor for CERN Hotels. “Kaba RFID locks are a reliable, durable product that uses the most advanced technology to keep our hotels safe for the physicists and engineers who stay in them.” CERN’s 3 hotels have a total of 420 guest rooms. The facility relied on Secusuisse in Switzerland to install Kaba’s ILCO RFID locks at all properties.

Goicoechea stated that CERN based its decision to install Kaba on extensive research. “We met with 4- and 5-Star hotels in Switzerland to discuss what locks they recommend. Most of the operators said Kaba is the best partner in hotel access control solutions. Kaba’s 790 RFID locks are attractive and interface with our property management system perfectly. We are now evaluating security updates to other areas of CERN’s facility. We expect to implement RFID locks that track and identify access to these areas and will partner with Kaba for this project without a doubt.”

Kaba ILCO 790 RFID locks
Kaba’s ILCO 790 RFID locking system is cost-effective and attractive. It uses the latest access control technology to provide hotel guests with a contactless room access experience. The RFID technology enables hotels to provide a 1st class guest experience and significantly reduce operational overhead. The 790 Series locks are the perfect choice for hotels looking to take their operation and security systems to the next level. RFID keycards cannot be de-magnetized, so hotels do not suffer the cost and inconvenience of issuing replacements. ILCO 790 locks easily replace existing mechanical or electronic door locks.

Kaba, Saflok, ILCO
Kaba is a globally active, publicly traded security corporation. With its “Total Access” strategy, Kaba specializes in integrated solutions for security, organization, and convenience at building and information access points. Kaba is also the world market’s number one provider of key blanks, key cutting and coding machines, transponder keys, and high-security locks. It is a leading provider of electronic access systems, locks, master key systems, hotel locking systems, security doors, and automatic doors. http://www.kaba.com and http://www.kabalodging.com

Saflok joined Kaba in 2006. Saflok is a market innovator with 30 years of experience designing, manufacturing, and distributing electronic locks and systems. Its solutions are installed globally in the hospitality, lodging, multi-housing, and commercial markets. Saflok is committed to delivering best-in-class solutions that help properties achieve improved operations and reduced costs. http://www.saflok.com

ILCO is a division of Kaba. The ILCO brand is known worldwide for electronic locks that offer exceptional quality and technology innovation at competitive prices. ILCO is also a leader in key blanks, automotive transponder technology, key cutting/duplication machines, and brass replacement cylinders. http://www.ilcohospitality.com.