Efficient people flow for transit centers

Passenger elevators

  • Primary transportation means in high-rise office buildings
  • Space-efficient equipment enables more rentable floor space
  • Choice of control algorithms to minimize passenger waiting and flight times
  • Access control solutions for enhanced security solutions
  • Design solutions to ensure architecture fit

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Glass-shaft elevators

Glass shaft elevators bring light into the building and improve security

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Service-goods elevators

  • Service elevators are made to make building service tasks easier
  • Cleaning services, logistics, housekeeping and waste handling are some examples of the users
  • Service elevators stop on all floors, and have a durable and functional decoration enhanced by optimal features and usability
  • Service elevators are easily upgraded into firefighters' lifts
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Fire operation elevator

Firefighter's/Firemens' elevator functionality according to local elevator codes can be added to dedicated elevators or combined with another elevator application, such as service, passenger or car park elevators.

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Escalators

In the larger office complexes, when there is great traffic demand between two or more adjacent floors or building sections, the escalators' continuous operation allows an exceptionally smooth flow of people.

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Autowalks

Autowalks are a simple and convenient way for people to move around in airports, especially when they have luggage. They cut transit times and remove bottlenecks. KONE autowalks are designed to make them inviting to use.

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Monitoring

Monitoring enhances the security, maintenance and availability of installed vertical transportation systems. KONE provides an OPC server-based interface to the clients' building management system or a system with its own graphic user interface.