Manage who enters restricted areas using customized door access.
Installing commercial access control systems in your facility provides you with complete control of who enters locked doors, using a designated method. Controlling who can enter selected doors prevents visitors from accessing confidential information and assets. Restricted areas can be accessed through ID cards, fingerprints, facial recognition, smartphones and more.
Access control systems are not only a safer alternative to standard keys, but also a better solution to assign authority and remove access privileges in a quick and simple manner. To change access based on authority or to disable a former employee’s card, simply update the database.
Track and manage how your employees gain access
On your time
Easily schedule when doors automatically lock/unlock based on time of day
No contact required
Contactless cards, smartphones and key fobs all use radio-frequency identification for entry, which takes away the need to physically touch readers
Installing biometric readers provides the highest level of security by allowing access through the authentication of hands, face and eyes to enter restricted areas.
Access from a distance
Long Range RFID cards read at longer distances, allowing employees in vehicles to access gates without getting out of their vehicles.
Monitor your building access control system off and on sight
Never miss who has gained access to your valuable assets. You can monitor your access control system from a PC or smartphone, allowing you to remain in control at all times.
Access Control Integration
Common Access Control Integration Options:
Computer logon authentication – Using an access card to login to a facility network. Once an access card is placed on or near a reader, staff will automatically be logged into the network without entering identification information.
Human resource Integration – Automatically transfers employee information from HR systems to access cards, removing human error during data entry and manual updates when employees change positions or leave the company.
HVAC and lighting integration – Adjusts temperature and lighting based on personalized preferences stored on employee access cards and how many occupants are in an area.
Video surveillance integration – Programs surveillance cameras to record visitors while they access doors.