Sanico USA rolls out Brivo’s access control tech

Brivo is to deliver advanced access control services to Sanico USA's construction sites across the US.

The cloud-based access control and smart building technologies provider will deploy biometrics, advanced analytics, AI and remote management for the firm.

Steve Van Till, CEO of Brivo, commented: "Seven years ago, the National Equipment Register estimated the value of construction equipment stolen yearly was between US$300m to US$1bn. Today, that cost is likely significantly higher -- and site security goes much deeper than theft. Future-proofing access control on construction sites has been largely neglected. We're thrilled to partner with Sanico USA to deliver safer construction sites and ensure protocols are met.”

In addition to the financial losses caused by equipment theft, failure to comply with NY Local Law 196, which mandates construction safety training for workers, can result in fines and profit loss from incidents caused by untrained workers.

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