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Access control systems


Access control systems

Access control systems make it possible to restrict access to certain rooms and areas or to regulate human flow on a site. Their application is widely and well represented in our time. From control of entrance doors and elevators in residential buildings to checkpoints in high security facilities.

Access control systems can be implemented not only to physically restrict access to specific doors (zones), but also to record the working hours of employees in an organization, their presence or absence, employment, delays, and by setting other criteria, which can help with the calculation of wages.

The systems function through the identification of contactless cards, fingerprints or face recognition and can be implemented in combination with other types of security systems such as video surveillance for greater reliability in the authentication (verification) of visitors.

When control of external entry points (portals) on a site is necessary, systems are supplemented with physical barriers such as parking barriers, turnstiles, etc. that can be operated automatically without human intervention.

Monitoring of access control systems can be accomplished by incoming signals of alarm activation in case of unauthorized access.