Geze creates an automatic entrance for young people with a range of physical disabilities
Building firm Osborne asked Geze UK to help to create an automatic entrance for Treloar School and College in Hampshire, for young people with a range of physical disabilities. It was decided that each wheelchair would be fitted with a proximity tag, which would open doors throughout the campus as the student approached, reducing the need for them to stop at entrances. Geze UK’s Slimdrive SF operators were integrated with a special access control system, which meant that the proximity tags would pre-trigger the radar on each automatic door. Both companies were chosen for their experience in the education sector.