Access control allows you to control, monitor or restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles into, out of, and around a building or site. It gives you the ability to protect your people, assets and your property.
Our engineers are able to integrate a range of access control systems and offer interfaces to CCTV, electronic gates and barriers, turnstiles, fire and alarm management, time and attendance and building management systems.
Intercoms are typically used to communicate between a visitor and site from building floors to the main entrance, or remotely from site to another place of business.
A full range of intercoms is available, tailored to the client’s requirement or site geographical restraints. We will discuss with you your requirements and together agree on the best kind of intercom for your business.
A standard intercom system will be capable of two-way audio and have the ability to remotely open a door or gate. Video systems are the level up enabling the receiving party to view the individual calling the system either in black & white or colour LCD touch screens. Our systems range above and beyond intercoms using standard analogue lines or voice over IP and include LCD database scrolling business names and the remote opening of doors and call points at the touch of a button from across the world.
Access Control presents itself in many different formats including automation of gates to business or residential properties. Automation of your existing gates can be a variable more cost-effective solution – up to the supply and installation of a full new pair of swing, leaf or sliding gates solution. Gates can be controlled locally onsite via intercom systems or remotely controlled from our Control Centre, whilst viewed in sync with our CCTV solutions.
Access control provides the ability to control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles, in, out and around a building or site. Access control is essential for all businesses to protect people and assets and has the added benefit of being expanded from controlling, for example, a single entrance door, to a large integrated security network. There is also huge potential in terms of integrating HR and other systems, such as Time and Attendance, Visitor Management, Automatic Number Plate.
Biometrics is the latest addition to the world of Access Control using fingerprint, hand and iris scanning to open a door, gate, turnstile or barrier. These systems use a database whereas company individual’s credentials are stored along with the method of activation to enter.
Biometric systems provide highest level of security for any application and are often now used for time and attendance linked together with an access system.