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Well of course, if you typed Access Control into your browser you probably know the answer already, but if not, read on. Access control is a means of protecting entry and/or exit from or to secure areas by using one or more of the technologies...
Our IRIS RECOGNITION unit.
... and should be approved by NACOSS naturally, to make sure that it is right for the application and compliant for insurance purposes.
We have included several case studies on a separate page, HERE, showing applications within the education and commercial sector, to give you an overview of some of the systems that have been installed, showing some of the developments we have made and the scalability of our GuardPoint Pro solution.
As well as the above access control methods, turnstiles and automatic bollards. come into the category.
Of course, locks are also a form of access control, the very first kind. Even the Ancient Egyptians had access control 4000 years ago. We now have wireless controlled locks for specialist systems.
Simple door security is used for domestic situations, often allowing the front door to an apartment complex to be opened remotely by the occupant, after verifying the visitor's credentials.
Access Control might use telephone or video entry security, CCTV, preferably with some form of alarm to warn of unauthorised access or 'door left open' situations. Having this feature is an essential security measure to prevent someone propping open a door and allowing just anyone to wander in.
Although termed access control, the technology can be used as an egress control. Wakefield Security devised a system for use in maternity wards, using proximity readers, where new-born babies have a special tag on their wrist, and any attempt to take them towards the exit door, renders the door locked and an alarm to sound.
We have also used a similar system in care homes where there is a danger that residents might wander out into a main road.
Computer based systems can not only allow or deny access at given times, but also record everyone entering, leaving or using unauthorised means to by-pass the system. Such systems are often used to make sure that everyone has left an area in the event of a fire alarm. A variation on this system is used for staff attendance management.
High security establishments often use a double door system where an outer door needs a card or code access control, or perhaps a finger-print reader or iris recognition device, but the inner door will remain locked until the outer door is shut. The space in between is only big enough for one person, and a camera in the internal space allows staff to check the identity and make sure the person is alone before the inner door is released. Our alarm receiving centre uses such a system which guarantees that no-one except authorised visitors can gain access to the highly confidential data stored within.
Make sure it's NACOSS approved (NSI) for insurance stipulations & reliability
We supply access control "made to measure" with little fuss and a high degree of expertise.
All types of Access Control systems installed, maintained, repaired, updated, including intelligent access control keys, key-fobs, proximity access control door entry readers, hands-free door entry systems, wireless and infra red remote control, recognition systems, biometrics, single door access control to multiple integrated computer managed systems. Everything we do is NACOSS approved.
Access control can be stand-alone or joined to your computer network, intruder alarm, fire alarm, or CCTV system, to provide a co-ordinated integrated security solution.
Our access control surveys are an in-depth session of discovering your vital needs, and the advice we give about your ideal NACOSS APPROVED access control system is based on 30 years of experience. In most cases, the Managing Director will visit you; we do not employ salespersons.
We select the appropriate access control equipment from the leading manufacturers according to whatever is most suited to your needs and insurance requirements. If you have a security problem where unauthorised people get into prohibited areas, ask us for the solution - FREE ADVICE!
We are very well equipped to maintain and repair any make of system, no matter how old. We can easily update your existing equipment to give it a new lease of life - who knows, a minor adjustment may be all that is required to give you noticeably better performance.
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