Kastle Systems, a property technology and managed security provider, announced its expansion into the Seattle, Boston and Charlotte metro areas. 

“As companies seek to reconfigure their office spaces and access systems to enable the dynamic hybrid workplaces that businesses and workers demand, Kastle is applying our open system architecture to help make it happen,” said Haniel Lynn, Kastle CEO. “We are integrating data from occupant access activity and building system operations to enable building operators and office administrators to effectively manage the workspace of the future,”

Kastle’s technology platform allows businesses and building operators to implement access and video integration with other building operations. This includes mobile access credentials that synch with building management systems, elevators and turnstiles, visitor management, tenant experience applications, parking administration, cloud-based video surveillance and more.

With health and safety top of mind for office workers returning to their workplace, Kastle Systems’ provides technology offerings including vaccination authentication and testing, as well as health screenings for tenants and visitors. These capabilities are integrated directly into Kastle’s access platform making them simple for businesses to adopt and administer.

Throughout the pandemic, Kastle has garnered recognition for its Back to Work Barometer, a weekly snapshot of office occupancy rates in 10 cities across the U.S. As the go-to source for media covering workers commuting to the office and an instructive tool for business leaders setting return to office plans, the Barometer has become an integral data source nationally and for the local markets it highlights.