Educational facilities

Pocketkey installs access control systems using two authentication factors: RFID tags and face recognition technology. The integration of Pocketkey® allows universities, schools, colleges and other educational facilities to organize high-speed passage of visitors without the staff participation.

Access Control in Educational Facilities

What is the feature of access control in educational facilities?

All students and staff come at once! This means that it is necessary to ensure high speed passage during peak hours.
Many educational facilities have several buildings, dormitories, libraries, gyms. It is necessary to create a unified access control system for visitors operating throughout the territory and in all buildings.
Often a special access should be set up for unique visitors to laboratories, classrooms, halls, kitchens, warehouses and equipment rooms.

Why to use the Pocketkey® ACS?

No security guard can be compared with the Pocketkey system in terms of productivity and speed of work: the system takes 0.5 second to recognize a visitor. The system can`t be negotiated with or deceived.

Safety comes first

The Pocketkey access control technologies protect students during their stay in the facility: an unregistered visitor will not be able to enter the building.

Impossible to negotiate with

Two authentication technologies exclude the staff from the visitors` recognition process.

Impossible to hand over

The smart access control system guarantees that an unauthorized person can`t pass by someone else's wristband (card).


Why to use Pocketkey® ACS in Facilities?


Why do students need Pocketkey® ACS?

It is convenient

The system works quickly; there are no queues at the entrance, no time is wasted and there are no delays.

It is functional

The wristband or card is easy to take with. This is a single key to different rooms of the educational facility.

The wristband can be used as an electronic wallet to pay for food in a canteen and purchases in vending machines.

It is simple

Just attach the identifier (card or wristband) and look at the camera. No other effort needed!