Government buildings and courthouses are environments ideally suited for an Aerocom pneumatic tube system.
Typically, they are multiple floor facilities with a network of corresponding offices and departments. Lifts and increased security make the manual transfer of documents, records, and materials even more difficult. An Aerocom tube system can reduce a typical task taking 10 minutes, to a few seconds. Not only does this make better use of employee time, it also eliminates the tendency to stack things up to reduce the number of trips. Ultimately, this creates better overall operational efficiency as paperwork and files move more fluidly between departments.
Security is priority one in today’s prisons and court houses. Moving documents and records through these facilities has always been challenging because access authorisation must be granted; doors must be unlocked and re-locked with each transfer between different cell blocks and buildings. An aerocom tube system eliminates this problem meaning it is the ideal carrier company for facilities such as these. The pneumatic carriers travel freely throughout the facility by circumventing tricky access points. With a properly designed system even keys can be transported to and from infinite points within secure facilities.
There is even a historic pneumatic tube system dating back to the late 1800’s which connected the house of commons post office to receive bulk mail, in 1925 this was extended to the press gallery and used for forwarding telegrams, even speeches from the speakers.
Winston Churchill had a pneumatic tube system installed in the war office, not one of ours, a bit before our time. But its only goes to prove the application of pneumatic tube systems in government buildings are secure, and of course you cannot hack into the communications.