Posted On: November 10, 2017/
Categorized In: Facial Recognition/
Written By: Starlink
In the area of electronic security, access control systems have an essential demand when it comes to generating value to your company or residential complex, as it is a practical resource when preventing, controlling and stopping access to physical and logical resources.
Regarding electronic security, they are an automated system that through reading or identification allows the authorization, entry, access or restriction of a user to a specific area.
The access controls are a practical security solution that can be used at all corporate levels. However, note that it is also across the solution that can be correctly applied to different niche or market segments: corporate buildings, government buildings, educational complexes, industrial facilities and all types of residential and commercial horizontal property. Of course, the complexity of the system for each sector will depend on the needs and requirements of each market.
The access controls are classified into three types:
Access control systems are of two types:
The first class is the cheapest and easiest to install and maintain. On each door is installed a combined device, a controller with a reader. We recommend this system only indoors. For example, you can separate the office part from the client zone to make it difficult for visitors to enter the administrative part of the building.
Advantages of a centralized ACS:
The door access control system implemented by the company makes it possible to precisely define the rules of access for employees to specific parts. It reduces the risk of hardware loss as well as the risk of unauthorized access to confidential information.
Access Control System can improve safety in schools. Limiting external access to unauthorized persons can reduce, among other things, the risk of drug trafficking appearing more and more often in schools. The inability to leave school by students outside fixed hours eliminates the problem of unjustified absences.
Offices, power plants, hospitals, refineries, mines and other public utility buildings, the biometric access control system allows staff to access different areas according to the needs of the work organization while others can only move to specific locations.