Hyatt Place Jermuk installs Assa Abloy Hospitality solutions

The second Hyatt-branded hotel in Armenia, the Hyatt Place Jermuk, installed a full range of Assa Abloy Hospitality products. The project includes the implementation of the VingCard Vision system by Assa Abloy Hospitality, a flexible locking-system management software platform with touch-screen technology, as well as VingCard Signature RFID contactless electronic door locks.

In addition, the property's rooms have Sentinel 41 digital safes. Assa Abloy Hospitality's PolarBar minibars have also been installed. These minibars are built with low energy consumption and silent absorption technology. Elevators at the Hyatt Place Jermuk are equipped with Multi-Output Controller (MOC) RFID, which is designed to fit into elevator panels and can be operated off or online through Vision. This limits access to the upper floors to registered guests.

The Hyatt Place Jermuk equipped its 92 guestrooms in Jermuk's city center with Assa Abloy Hospitality's VingCard Signature Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) locks, offering state of the art design for user-friendly, intuitive guest interaction along with anti-cloning technology that provides extra protection against keycard cloning.

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The Vision system combines power and flexibility, using a Windows-based software platform to provide flexible access management control that is far more powerful than the fixed hierarchical structures of many other hotel lock systems, allowing management to control access to every door on the property.

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