Railway operations are constantly changing. Locomotives and carriages are becoming smarter and more connected. High speed rail networks are developing at an extraordinary rate. However, there are still inconsistent standardized systems for signal, track, infrastructure, security and safety regulations

While technology does allow for an increase in productivity, it also causes more contractors and third parties involved in managing facilities, accessing maintenance yards, and generally interacting with access-controlled infrastructure. Access control and key management are consequently much more complicated, covering multiple locations and users. Digitalization further results in vulnerability to threats such as cyberattacks.

These advancements should be leading those involved in railway operations to ask one questions: How secure is my railway infrastructure?

Abloy, one of the leading manufacturers of locks, locking systems and architectural hardware and the world?s leading developer of products in the field of electromechanical locking technology, is aiming to address some of these concerns.

Abloy is ensuring their technology, most recently the PROTEC2 CLIQ services, offer different service levels to coincide with specific needs. Factors such as size of the customer?s locking system and availability of support services, allow for a one of a kind user experience.

The PROTEC2 CLIQ access control and locking system combines the best parts of electronic and mechanical world. Based on a rotating disc cylinder, the patented PROTEC2 ensures mechanical locking and electronic CLIQ technology enables the flexible management of keys, access rights and the access register. The double-secured system makes sure that the right people get to the right place at the right time ? with one key only

  • Easy to use
  • Increases resource management
  • Cost-efficient
  • Integrable and encrypted system
  • Secure, certain and functional

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