Security manager handles the ARX-system at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm The Royal College of Music in Stockholm houses concert halls, rehearsal rooms, studios, a restaurant and administration. Here, 1,000 students develop their musical skills, accompanied by 200 teachers. All use ARX Security system. The technical equipment and acoustic design of the premises are of high standard. For the business to function smoothly, an access control system that combines accessibility with high security is required. The manager behind this access control system is Andreas Goude. Andreas began his career as a sound and lighting technician. Today he is the Security manager, which makes him responsible for the school's access control system. – In the older premises there were three different access control systems. Most rooms had mechanical locks and keys were lost. The music studios had doors that could be locked, which meant that students and teachers were sometimes accidentally locked in, says Andreas Goude, Security manager. All buildings on Valhallavägen in Stockholm now have Pando readers as shell protection and Aperio card readers on the majority of the interior doors.