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RightCrowd introduces new Presence Control features

RightCrowd introduces new Presence Control features

ATLANTA, GA – Security and compliance solutions provider RightCrowd introduced powerful new features for their Presence Control wearables solution at GSX 2022 this year.

 RightCrowd Presence Control uses unique security wearables to enhance its physical access control capabilities. These allow for automated and human validation of security and safety permissions for participants. Some of the new features for Presence Control include Presence Reporting, and Host/Visitor Tethering which RightCrowd demonstrated this year at their booth along with their suite of intelligent workplace access solutions.

RightCrowd presence control works by linking a digital physical security identity to an active security credential, like existing access badges. Their Host/Visitor Tethering solution monitors whether a guest remains in proximity to their host during a visit. If they wander off the wearable will give a visible or audible notification received by the host and logged as a security event for audit purposes.

“Most organizations have a visitor access policy that mandates that visitors stay with their host at all times, but such a policy can be very hard to enforce in practice,” Brian McIlravey, RightCrowd COO said. “How do you know that visitors are remaining with their host at all times? RightCrowd Presence Control launches the first solution that makes it easy to ensure compliance to these regulations.”

That’s just a sample of some of the solutions from RightCrowd’s security suite that includes Restricted Area Monitoring, Social Distancing and Contact Tracing, and Visitor Time Management.

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