Flexible wireless access control keeps Stavanger Concert Hall running /global/scaled/795x345x0x48x795x345/Local-UK-Case study-stavanger.jpg Opened in 2012, Stavanger Concert Hall has two uniquely designed, acoustically independent performance spaces, built to the highest international standard. The venue’s design allows two concerts to be staged simultaneously, without any sound transfer from one to the other. This new landmark building, designed by RATIO Arkitekter, required a modern access control system to match its daring design. To make building management easy and transparent, Stavanger Concert Hall installed approximately 135 battery-powered Aperio® Offline escutcheons and cylinders integrated with the access control system. The system includes portable programming devices, used in combination with online readers and doors. It’s now straightforward for an administrator to divide users into defined groups. This simplifies the handling of RFID access cards, and ensures every site user has access rights tailored precisely to their needs.