Hogeschool Utrecht chooses Multisite EAL TCS solution

Published on 06-08-2015 by Rob Mariman

The cooperation Croon Electrotechniek and EAL Apeldoorn was awarded the order to provide the Hogeschool Utrecht with a EAL Access Control system that will be installed over several buildings on the campus and can be managed as one single system.

The configuration will exist out of a mix of two different technologies, being a partly wireless and partly cabled configuration in one single system. Using these two technologies together in one single system provides the opportunity to use the combination of electronic door fittings and cylinders where applicable and the standard high-end wired system where possible and a single management system using software type EAL ATS .

''Hogeschool Utrecht is an ambitious university in a dynamic environment with over a thousand students. Being a University of Applied Sciences it provides an education and research environment. The trained upcoming professionals are in demand on the labor market and are inseparable from the Utrecht region. The connection between educational research and professional practice is proven to strengthen the impact in the region''



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