Our Access Control Systems can be integrated into Fire Alarm Systems, Security Systems, Building Management Systems and full IT networks with the latter providing a full user access history and entry/exit event log.
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Controlling Physical Access in and around your premises.
An Access Control System (ACS) is a critical component of security infrastructure designed to regulate and manage access to a particular location, such as a building, facility, or network. The primary goal of an Access Control System is to ensure that only authorised individuals can enter the premises while denying access to unauthorised personnel. Here’s a detailed elaboration on the statement you provided:
Access control systems manage physical access to various locations, including office buildings, industrial facilities, residential complexes, data centres, and more. These systems are critical in places where security is a top priority.
Types of Controlled Access Points:
- Doors: Access control systems can manage doors, electronically locking and unlocking them based on permissions.
- Gates and Barriers: Access control can also extend to gates and barriers for properties with parking areas or restricted vehicle entry.
- Telephone and Video Entry Systems: These systems are often used in residential complexes or smaller office buildings. Visitors can call a resident or office via an intercom system, and occupants can grant or deny access remotely.
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