Every day, all over the world people pass through automatic doors to access buildings. Opening the door at the right time and securing its users from any contact with the moving door leaves are the challenges that BEA faces to offer the best experience to everyone.
In industrial environments, BEA sensors contribute to better traffic flow management while energy savings are a key indicator. Moreover, the challenges are to protect the door from damages and secure people in the door threshold area.
In a retail environment, BEA sensors maximize accessibility in, out and through a store. Additionally, these sensors help protect customers and equipment in these fast-paced environments. BEA sensors also factor into a store's 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 traffic flow throughout their stores, consequently improving their ability to place, market and sell products.
In hospital and healthcare applications, BEA solutions play a key role in meeting strict accessibility and hygienic requirements. Activation sensors and touchless push plates effectively reduce the spread of germs throughout the hospital, from the entrance doors to operating rooms. For those with reduced mobility and health conditions, sensors also help improve accessibility. Hospitals are also impacted by regulations not found in other public facilities and BEA solutions help meet these types of regulation.
Due to the immense passenger volume and rigid security challenges, airports benefit greatly from sensing technology. Sensors are used for access control and pedestrian safety while also helping to secure restricted areas and streamline critical operations within this fast-paced environment.
Industry processes are constantly reviewed to improve productivity and safety. With BEA sensors, high-speed doors, dock doors and other industrial doors can be activated, monitored and protected within these fast-paced environments. Sensors can also be used to protect machinery, people and inventory throughout the industrial sites. BEA sensors help improve industrial buildings’ energy consumption by effectively managing the time a door stays open, as well as how high the door must be opened.