Frankfurt Airport: How do you protect an access control system in an audit-proof manner?
Frankfurt am Main Airport is Germany's largest commercial airport. It employs around 81,000 people in various locations around the world. To manage access control security for its employees and contractors, the airport authorities have implemented a multi-level security concept for the numerous…
Combining security with beauty: the IMA RSW.05 reader
The Four Seasons Hotel Prague resides in a historic 16th century baroque building located in the old city. The building combines classic architectural elements with modern facilities. To maintain the look and feel of the hotel, the management had to solve the problem of how to provide secure,…
Smartphone-app Hotel Room Entry at Village Hotels UK
Innovative use of LEGIC technology means guests can now check-in to a hotel and open their hotel room using their smartphone as a virtual key.
ZF Friedrichshafen: security independence thanks to LEGIC
The global company ZF Friedrichshafen AG decided to take advantage of LEGIC advant and MTSC technology for standardized access and ePayment functionality across its entire organization
A new identification system for Austria’s Erste Group
When Financial Services firm Erste Group decided to introduce an electronic access control system for its over 47 thousand employees, the era of secure RFID dawned on the company, together with LEGIC.
Safe and Secure Food Production at Südzucker, Germany
With over 20 thousand employees, Mannheim-based Südzucker AG is the largest sugar producer in Europe. To ensure safe and secure production, the company decided to introduce a modern, company-wide system for employee access control, time and attendance, and operating data management.
Locking system for the municipality of Oensingen, Switzerland
It was a milestone for the Swiss district of Oensingen: thanks to the initiative and vision of the local authorities and administration, the municipality decided on the phased adoption of a LEGIC-based electronic locking system to secure all government buildings.
One card for all applications at seeds specialist KWS
Germany-based KWS focusses on supplying modern agriculture with innovative varieties of seed used for food production, animal feed and renewable energy. As part of an infrastructure upgrade, the legacy time & attendance system had to be replaced and upgraded with access control and ePayment system.…
Official digital ID card for the Bremen Police
During security upgrades to enable access to police buildings and for logging into their computer systems, Germany's Bremen Police Department decided to also introduce a new official police ID card which capitalized on the latest, multi-application smartcard technology from LEGIC.