The German House has been the „livingroom for team Germany“ and therefore an exclusive meeting place during the Olympic and Paralymic Games in PyeongChang. The German House was situated in the 1,500-square-meter building complex at Birch Hill Golf Club during these winter games. With more than 300 visitors daily it was again the base station for the national sports scene.
Security is an important aspect - so it is not surprising that the ZEUS® Access Control solution plays an important role in the German House. Accordingly, the visitors wanted to move freely in the magnificent atmosphere of the world of sports. Numerous competition sites were located in the direct neighbourhood which was certainly a big plus in South Korea. Only a few meters to the Olympic Village and the „Alpensia Resort“, which included the competition sites for biathlon, cross-country skiing, nordic combined and tobogganing.
ISGUS ensured a smooth process at the entrance to the German House. A web-based software for accreditation provided visitors with the opportunity to log on via internet a few months before. This solution was used to prepare a visitor card with the corresponding access rights for the selected date, so the guest was able to enter the German House without waiting.
This combination of accreditation and Access Control was, apart from the reliability of the solution and the experience of the on-site team, a very important component.