Mobile biometric access deployed at new London skyscraper site

Mobile biometric time and attendance tablets developed by Donseed are being used on the development of a 62-storey skyscraper will become the tallest building in the City of London after the green light was given to press ahead with building work despite market jitters sparked by Brexit.

Donseed are workplace management specialists, best known for biometric time and attendance solutions and access control solutions for Construction and Engineering sectors.

The building, known as 22 Bishopsgate, will be developed on land previously earmarked for the Pinnacle tower, otherwise referred to as “Helter Skelter”.

It will become the tallest building in the capital’s financial district at 278 metres tall when completed near Liverpool Street Station and is being developed by AXA Investment Managers Real Assets.

Source: Planet Biometrics