Security management and key management are of paramount importance within facility management.

However, it can also be an overwhelming task, with a very wide and growing range of details to keep under control. Particularly in the building and asset management environment, there is a need for a greater focus on security and risk prevention. The security systems in these areas must meet both external requirements and internal regulations that must always be complied with.
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Diverging or converging needs in security management

Registering access rights to areas within buildings is not a simple task, as the size and complexity of buildings is constantly increasing alongside the number of employees. Within this, the entire lifecycle of access control devices needs to be managed. This includes creation, distribution, storage, update, revocation and deletion. Mechanical and electronic locking systems also require the same level of thoroughness.

Of course, the need for security varies from one organisation to another, and in all cases, it can be combined with appropriate technical and organisational safeguards. However, with different expectations, there comes a time for each business when there is an increased need for documentation and transparency of the measures taken. After all, security-relevant details such as doors, gates, windows, security cameras, security zones or security areas need to be documented in an audit-proof manner.

What can make it easier for us?

Thanks to the Key Management module of the CAFM system, it is possible to manage the above processes in an integrated way. In this case, the floor plans stored in the system function as dynamic visualisation tools. They can be used to extract data and make changes with a few clicks.

In the documentation implemented in the application, outdoor areas or rooms can be assigned to individual security areas. On the floor plans, the installed cameras are precisely marked with their location, and we know exactly what they see. In addition to showing the spatial location of other elements and devices that are also important for security, we can also see their classification and description in accordance with the regulations. In effect, this gives us a complete register of all the details. The graphic display can also provide a quick overview of the current situation.

Serving divergent needs

Serving relevant needs depending on the organisation can only be transparent and effective with thorough and comprehensive documentation.

Dynamic appearance

A few clicks are all it takes to extract data or make changes to the system.

Full register

You can locate safety-relevant elements by their spatial location, but you can also classify and describe them instantly.

Graphical representation

Graphical displays provide an easy overview and make work quick and efficient.

Digital Twin also for security management

The integration of digital twins into the system creates huge benefits for the user.

All in one place

The security management app puts all the relevant data and information at your fingertips, so you can always find answers to security questions about your buildings and assets.

Wide range of technical options

Risk responsibility should also be documented for each site, as it is also a very important aspect of safety management. Graphical evaluations allow for quick and efficient work in this area as well. Gaps are better identified, and time stamps allow for a clear view of past events and responsible parties.

But with speedikon® C, even more is technically possible. n addition to the possibilities mentioned above, the Digital Twin can also be used for all locking and access rights management. With the integration of Digital Twin, you can see details in a photo-realistic representation and view camera processes or status information using the live system. So, thanks to CAFM’s security management functionality, we can always keep buildings and assets safe.