Access control and management systems
Access control and management systems (ACS) are usually one component within a network of technical security equipment. These systems include a controller, an electronic/biometric scanner, and proximity cards/RFID tags that are used as part of a package, along with mechanical monitoring equipment.
ACS helps minimize losses associated with any violation of workplace rules
These devices are integrated into software that takes into account staff work hours, in order to minimize losses associated with any violation of workplace rules.
We offer services to design, install and service ACS.
The advantages of ACS
- simple and easy to install and operate
- the operator’s monitor indicates the position of doors
- fully autonomous and do not rely on the state of the networks
- the controllers contain their own, independent memories that can take into account as many as 50,000 events
- the software has a wide range of functions: the allocation of access levels, face recognition, and the ability to generate reports and analyze visits
- fully integrated (compatible) with existing technology.
A proximity ACS controller is a network-based programmable controller for creating an access-control system that can be managed through a LAN-network (Ethernet). It can scan proximity cards at a frequency of 125 kHz , as well as recognize codes from RFID cards and tags.
Because it supports TCP/IP communication protocols, this controller can be used at facilities that already have an established local network. Such sites could be either single facilities with a large number of doors or an affiliated organization consisting of small, geographically dispersed units.
Biometric ACS have the same advantages as proximity systems, and help meet the challenge of controlling and identifying an individual’s access to the facility.
Such ACS can combine a biometric sensor, RFID scanner, and a controller with a keyboard into a single device. As a result, personnel can be identified by means of fingerprints (retinas, voice, vein patterns), a personal code, or card (in various combinations).