Case Study

Victoria and Stobhill Hospitals

Glasgow hospitals, Stobhill and Victoria are two of Scotland's largest hospitals. CEM Systems supplied the new £100 million hospitals with a fully integrated IP solution using the CEM AC2000 SE (Standard Edition) system.

As part of the prestigious public/ private sector partnership project, the new ambulatory care hospitals at Victoria and Stobhill represented a significant investment in National Health Services (NHS) and marked a new era in patient care.

CEM IP readers...

Using CEM EtherProx card readers within the design of the AC2000 SE system, CEM provided the hospitals with a flexible and versatile IP based security solution. The EtherProx reader is the industry's smallest Ethernet card reader with LED lights, integrated keypad for added PIN security and an LCD display to show card response messages, for example, 'Access Granted', 'Wrong Timezone', 'Card Expiring'. The keypad adds PIN security ensuring there are numerous layers of security in order for an individual to enter certain areas of the hospital. This could prove particularly useful for the pharmacy, intensive care and other secure areas of the hospital which require restricted access. The EtherProx reader also features an internal database giving off-line card validation at all times, even when host communications are not available. A selection of EtherProx readers were also mounted in tamperproof intercom enclosures to add the option of dialogue to particular hospital doors.

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Case Summary

  • Location:
  • Glasgow, Scotland, UK
  • System Installed:
  • CEM
  • AC2000 SE (Standard edition)
  • American Dynamics
  • Intellix Digital Video Recorders
  • Fixed & PTZ Dome Cameras

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