Contactless cards for guests
The hotel system works on the principle of Mifare contactless cards, which are fully protected and cannot be duplicated without authorization. They are programmed for each user (ie hotel guest, maid, janitors, shift managers, etc.) separately. In addition, the cards can be programmed to allow a certain guest to enter a certain part of the hotel (eg gym, swimming pool, sauna) and to determine the exact number of entries after which the card is no longer valid for those areas.
Each room is equipped with an external card reader that unlocks the door, an internal card depositor that activates the room’s power supply (lighting, air conditioning and sockets), an SOS button in the bathroom and a room thermostat where the guest can set the desired air temperature. In addition to the mentioned equipment, we also offer flood sensors for the bathroom and magnetic contacts that signal the condition of the window – if the guest opens it, the air conditioning turns off after ten seconds, which saves on electricity.
Masks for card readers, thermostats, switches, sockets and other electrical accessories can be fully adapted to the needs of investors. It is possible to print the hotel logo, room number and other markings on them, which gives the hotel an additional specialness. In addition to the fact that it is a high-quality plastic that will not wear out after years of use, every single component of the switch can be replaced without having to buy the whole set, which our competitors are not able to offer.
The signaling system allows the guest to inform the hotel staff that the room needs to be cleaned or that he does not want to be disturbed during his stay in the room. In this case, no one can accidentally ring the bell or enter the room. Likewise, the system enables the hotel staff to see the status of the room at any time – whether it has been issued to a guest, whether the guest is currently staying in it or not, until when it has been issued, whether it has been cleaned or is ready to be issued.