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Intellikey?s smart electronic key-based access control system has been installed in the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden.

Intellikey?s smart electronic key-based access control system has been installed in the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden. Intellikey distributor, Tuskguard fitted Intellikey access control systems to 18 doors around the perimeter of the museum and to some of the administrative areas of the building. Three of the doors have retained their existing electronics locking systems. Bernard Morton, Intellikey?s Managing Director, said: ?We are very pleased to have won this contract and that our distributor, Tuskguard, has carried out the installation smoothly and efficiently and with the minimum of disturbance to the museum?s staff. The Intellikey project can easily be fitted to existing doors and locks and each key can be reprogrammed over and over again. Information is passed between the microprocessors in the key and access point/lock using secure infrared technology, allowing the installer to build a security system tailored to customer needs.?

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