RTL Netherlands chooses EAL ATS access control solution

Published on 13-04-2016 by Jan Peereboom

EAL has been chosen by RTL Netherlands to supply a new access control solution. Key factor in this agreement was HTM (Hollandse Telecommunicatie Mij) from Zevenaar, who is responsible for a solid installation and completion of the system.

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If you hear ‘RTL Netherlands’ there is a fair chance that you immediately think about TV channels, since there are several RTL channels on the Dutch net. But RTL is more than just TV channels… Their digital activities like RTLXL, Buienradar, Videoland, NLziet, a network of YouTube channels, and several program websites and apps, make them an important player on the digital market.

Along the same lines, the EAL ATS solution is more than just access control… For example there is an IP connection to burglary detection systems that are already present and operational in the RTL buildings, and the existing operational network infrastructure can, but more importantly will, be used for implementation. By doing so EAL provides not only a robust solution; the installation costs will be minimized too.

 

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