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SISYS Keeps Track of Visitors at BAE Systems UK Sites
SISYS 2010/9/24

BAE Systems Military Air Solutions (MAS), part of global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, has chosen visitor management system from SISYS to control visitor access across four of its sites. SISYS is a division of Chubb Systems, part of UTC Fire & Security.BAE Systems Military Air Solutions (MAS), part of global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, has chosen visitor management system from SISYS to control visitor access across four of its sites. SISYS is a division of Chubb Systems, part of UTC Fire & Security.

BAE Systems MAS provides military air capability to UK and overseas customers. With more than 87,000 visitors to its Warton, Samlesbury, Channel Way and West Strand sites, maintaining security is a key priority, and so BAE turned to electronic visitor management provider, SISYS.

SISYS recommended its visitor management, which provides an efficient service for visitors and offers added security that manual paper based systems can provide. The solution offers BAE Systems a means of processing passes for visitors to the premises. It stores key information and images which can be searched for and displayed based on varying criteria.

A total of 10 image capture terminals and 13 inquiry terminals were installed across the four sites, alongside two self-service terminals. The self-service terminals verify if the visitor is expected, print out the pass and E-mail the host announcing the visitor’s arrival.

BAE Systems also selected intranet visit notification systems, which provides an intranet booking facility for hosts to invite and prebook their own visitors. The system enables hosts to see appointments as they are due, and e-mails can be automatically generated to confirm the appointment, including a location map. This improves visitor experience and dramatically enhances the efficiency of reception and security staff.

SISYS has also provided seven wireless barcode guns to allow remote logging of arrival and departures ensuring accurate time records are maintained of who is on site and when.

"The SISYS visitor management system has dramatically improved the way our company manages and handles visitors," said Michelle Villis, Global Security Environment Manager at BAE Systems, Warton Unit. "The quality passes produced from the system demonstrates our business’ focus on security. The way the visitors are now more efficiently handled reinforces the company focus on customer service."

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