All over the world, people pass through automatic doors, gates and other transportation equipment every day. BEA offers a wide variety of convenient, safe and reliable solutions for on- and off-door applications. No matter the environment, sensing solutions can reduce energy costs, protect equipment and increase accessibility.
In hospital and healthcare buildings, sensing solutions play a key role in meeting strict accessibility and hygiene requirements. From the entrance to surgical and intensive care units, activation sensors and touchless plates effectively reduce the spread of germs, as well as offer improved accessibility.
In retail environments, BEA sensors maximize the accessibility of people and equipment moving in, out and through a store. Additionally, these sensors help protect customers and equipment in fast-paced environments. BEA sensors also factor into a facilities energy and cost savings strategy by reducing false detections and rejecting parallel traffic, limiting the amount of time a door needs to be open. Additionally, people counting solutions help retailers better understand occupancy and traffic flow throughout their stores, consequently improving their ability to place, market and sell products.
In warehousing and manufacturing facilities, sensing solutions can be used to protect equipment, people and inventory. From the time inventory is stocked on the shelves to when it is loaded onto shipping trucks, motion and presence sensors streamline processes within these fast-paced environments.
In airports, sensing solutions are crucial in influencing pedestrian traffic, securing restricted areas and maintaining behind-the-scenes operations. From security check to gates to baggage claim, sensors and locking devices provide access control, automation and increased accessibility.
In standalone corporate offices and large city buildings, sensing solutions secure restricted areas, automate doorways and enhance accessibility. From the employee or public entrance through the lobby and designated exits, locking devices, door sequencers and sensors provide pedestrian safety and barrier-free access.