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 Each pioneering system is exceptionally effective and easy to fit on existing doors, helping you convert conventional mechanical locks into a biometrically-operated access control system, easily and quickly. Ideal for public, private sector and not-for-profit organisations, Connective Touch provides users with simple, easy, yet highly secure access, while simultaneously removing the need for building owners to replace locks as users change. With its world-leading, patented technology and easy installation, combined with secure biometric algorithms, the Connective Touch range offers the fastest response time and highest quality solution to your key-free environment.So whether you need a solution for a single bedroom door, or connect and control access to staff, visitors and suppliers throughout a complex site, Connective Touch is the safe choice.

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RTR Services and Connective Touch - Full on with Biometrics

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RTR Services and Connective Touch - Full on with Biometrics

RTR Services and Connective Touch - Full on with Biometrics

Distributors RTR Services invited Connective Touch to visit their new site in Lichfield recently. The plan is the site will show case several products that RTR support in a purpose built room  that will double up as  a meeting place. Lee Cox from RTR (picture above) has brought a  biometric  Flexi Gold system for each of the doors so that people visiting get a first hand experience of how easy and quick it is to gain access into the room using  fingerprint technology. 

Devi said "I am  excited at having our full range of products on display working as demonstration models for the numerous visitors that will attend the site in coming months and years".  She continued by saying as an alternative to traditional locks and keys, the facility to simply remove users and add new ones, without replacing any hardware, was seen to be a big advantage for building owners and facilities managers.”