When starting the project, the university faced a typical complex decision to make – whether to start consolidating the management of diverse parts of the campus, or to go with “per-building” approach. The necessity to manage access for a huge number of users daily, including over 1’000 foreign exchange students and teachers, was still the key task.
Lithuania’s largest low voltage integration specialist, technology solutions company Fima advised KTU to test CredoID conformance to project objectives.
Learning that CredoID supported Active Directory user import, as well as multiple sites (Locations), which allowed deploying the project in multiple independent stages and managing access to separate buildings by different administrators, while keeping integral data in a single database, made the platform choice easy for KTU.
After the renovation, library and dormitory rely on the following access and security technologies: