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Mandarin Oriental, Santiago Adopts Advanced Security and Convenience Enhancing Technology by ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions

South American hotel implements VingCard Signature RFID door locks, elevator controllers, panic bars, Elsafe Sentinel Advance safes and Polarbar minibars to maximize guest safety, convenience and comfort.

BioCote is an antimicrobial agent that contains silver-ions which are engineered to provide continuous, built-in protection on SALTO product surfaces and hardware devices.

Romanian hotel implements VingCard Signature RFID door locks and Visionline to maximize guest security and convenience while allowing for seamless upgrade to contactless digital check-in and room access abilities.

Guest want to use the mobile app for check-in/out, room service, ordering food when visiting a restaurant, and opening guestroom doors.

Luxury integrated casino resort implements new digital door locks to ensure guest safety and seamless access throughout resort environment.

The AssureCard looks and feels like a plastic key card but is made from renewable paper pulp and can be disposed of after a single use.

Arm and foot pulls are meant to minimize everyday skin-to-surface touchpoints

With the publishing of the EPDs, customers have complete transparency into how the life cycle of each certified product impacts the environment and affects a building's sustainability goals.

Made with ocean plastic, the wristband serves as a room key, gps, payment card, and more.

With new guestroom locks routinely costing as much as $300 per door, hoteliers would often prefer to upgrade; but just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

Hotels will use facial recognition tech for check-in, entering rooms and entertainment facilities, and even cashless payments.

Extended stay hotel wanted to provide guests with peace of mind knowing they are protected using the latest encryption technology.

IHG might have been the first to experiment with keyless entry in 2010, but it wasn’t until Starwood and Hilton started offering this technology that it became popular.

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