Networked Smart Lockers – How they work & how to specify them

Just as it has elsewhere, connectivity has arrived and transformed commercial environments. As a result, the modern workplace is a space where employee well-being is paramount, efficiency is optimised, and technology is employed seamlessly to improve business outcomes.

In this context, the introduction of things like Smart Lockers makes perfect sense. Beyond ensuring the security of employees’ personal belongings, documents, and so forth, these state-of-the-art systems deliver a broad range of less-obvious operational and environmental benefits. Specified thoughtfully and used to their full potential, they save space, optimise customer flows, and more.

In this session of CPD Live, we examine Networked Smart Lockers as an important element within the modern workplace environment.

We highlight the differences between networked and battery systems, compare self-hosted management systems with SaaS/cloud-based options, discuss the design-related considerations and technical requirements associated with installation, explain the integration capabilities of Networked Smart Lockers, and more.

Our speakers outline everything you need to know to successfully incorporate Networked Smart Lockers into your next project.

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this presentation, you should be able to:

  • Explain what ‘networked smart lockers’ are and how they work
  • Outline the benefits of incorporating networked smart lockers into commercial environments
  • Outline the design-related considerations and technical requirements associated with the installation of smart lockers
  • Explain the integration capabilities of Networked Smart Lockers and the benefits they provide

 

Speakers 

Phillip Hodge, Category manager – Smart Locker Solutions, Gantner

Phil is the expert in smart locking technology, having assisted clients over more than 13 years to select, design, install and manage their smart locker installations. Phil approaches projects from a consultative viewpoint and understands both the technology and how it interacts with users and the environment.

 

Jarrod Kelly, BDM – Smart Locker Solutions, Gantner

Finding the sweet spot for design and user experience, Jarrod helps stakeholders from product selection to implementation, ensuring the best smart locker product and configuration.
Jarrod has over 15 years’ worth of security industry experience and has real-world insight into providing frictionless access for end users.

Live Session Details

4 June, 2024

10:30 am - 11:30 am AEST

Live Session

This session will be locked 15 minutes after the starting time.

If you miss the live session, On Demand access will be available at a later date.

Presented By:

Gantner

Presention Type:

Formal CPD

CPD Points:

1 Formal CPD Point