Access Control Systems

Want to keep your business safe and secure, while also eliminating the need for the majority of your staff to carry keys?
Installing access control systems allows you to do all of this and more.

Security is critical for any type and size of business. Get rid of the hassle of checking doors and locks, monitoring security lapses and maintaining asset surveillance. Allow the access control system to protect your home or office. To secure the security access points of your premises or locations within the premises, access control systems use a combination of digital algorithms, software, data and electronic locks. Access control security systems can identify, authenticate and authorize anyone who enters your premises in seconds and also they can keep a record of it.

Additionally, you can also integrate your access control system with all of your other integrated security components, such as CCTV and intruder detection systems. This increases the visibility of your property and the safety of your employees and visitors.

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Types of Access Control Door Readers

In order to authenticate credentials, organizations should install door readers that offer the security and controls necessary to secure the building. These are the access control technologies that are commonly used:

Swipe Card Readers

This door card reader is designed to work with key cards or badges that have a magnetic strip containing authentication data. To unlock the door, users swipe their card through the reader. One consideration with this type of access control system is that the daily wear and tear on the hardware and cards necessitates more frequent service and replacement.

RFID Door Readers

Access control is one of the many applications for radio frequency identification technology. An RFID access control system's credentials contain information tags that send signals to nearby readers. Passive RFID, also known as proximity or prox card technology, is used in the majority of RFID access control systems. Key cards or key fobs are commonly used for access in proximity-based access control systems.

Biometric Card Readers

Biometric readers, which are frequently the most expensive type of door security reader, use scanners to identify users based on a unique physical feature, such as a fingerprint, iris, or facial recognition. Mobile access control systems that use smartphone-based credentials can use the phone's biometrics as a form of two-factor authentication.

Smart Lock Door Readers

Smart readers are the most advanced and versatile door security readers on this list, combining multiple types of reader technology into a single system. With support for mobile credentials, key cards, key fobs and even touchless unlocking capabilities, smart readers provide greater flexibility and security.


Advantages of an Access Control System

No Hassle With Traditional Keys
No Hassle With Traditional Keys

Traditional keys necessitate additional work and can pose a number of security risks. For example, if a key holder loses their key, you may need to change all of the locks to ensure the building's security.

Reduce Theft and Accidents
Reduce Theft and Accidents

An Access Control System allows a company to restrict access to areas containing valuable or dangerous equipment to only authorized or specially trained employees.

Keep Track of Employees
Keep Track of Employees

With keyed systems, security personnel may have to unlock doors or stay late to lock up. It is easier to give everyone a programmed card with access control systems, giving employees more flexibility in their schedules.

Secure Sensitive Data
Secure Sensitive Data

You can use access control systems to require credentials for entry into sensitive areas like data centers or records rooms. This vigilance ensures that the safety and security requirements of your facility are met without the hassle of traditional security systems.

Schedule a free consultation with us to determine which type of Access Control Systems will best serve your organization’s needs.


Our Access Control Installation Process

Our approach to installing access control systems involves the following steps:

We begin by surveying your property to identify any potential issues or obstacles that may arise. Following that, we will create a design that is tailored to your company’s needs and ensures maximum performance.

Installation is done in a way that causes the least amount of disruption to your business. Our goal is to avoid any network downtime or productivity loss while we work. After we’ve finished installing your new access control system, we’ll conduct a final post-installation survey to ensure everything is working properly.

Designing the Right System for You

As you can see, there are several factors to consider when deciding on the type of access control system that is best for your organization. Some of these factors include the nature of your business, organizational security procedures and the number of users on the system.

If you have highly confidential or sensitive information on your business platform, you may want to consider a RFID Access Control system.

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