Reduce Costs by Automating the Spring Clock Changeover Using Bodet’s Synchronised Clock Systems
Clocks go forward at the end of March but you can automate this process, saving time and money, with a Synchronised Clock System
At 1am on Sunday 28th March, clocks go forward one hour, as British Summer Time begins in 2021.
When it comes to changing the time on individual clocks, since they are often spread across your whole organisation and mounted in hard-to-reach areas, this can be a very time-consuming process. As this is a biannual task, it can significantly contribute to maintenance costs. However, automating clock change with Bodet’s Synchronised Clock Systems saves you time and money, alongside additional benefits.
With a Master Clock, our Clock Systems synchronise time across your whole organisation, increasing punctuality and efficiency. We offer a range of wired and wireless clocks to suit your requirements, including digital, analogue, outdoor and time zone clock models. To improve network security and synchronise all devices on your IT network, we also offer an NTP Time Server. This negates vulnerabilities created by using a public time server for your time signal.
Bodet’s Synchronised Clock Systems can be part of a larger five-in-one solution which can include lockdown alert, scheduled audio daily events, PA functionality and music streaming. They also allow you to automate building facilities such as heating and lighting, saving you money by scheduling them only when needed.
With over 35,000 customers across 40 countries worldwide, our experienced commissioning service enables us to tailor a system for your individual requirements during setup.
If you would like us to conduct a site survey to recommend the right Clock System Solution for your organisation, please contact us.