In the event of an accident or theft, you can see exactly who visited a specific area at the time of the incident. In addition to security measures, this feature is also useful for collecting data about who enters and leaves specific buildings or offices, when and how often. In addition, access control systems can protect your employees in an emergency. Doors with locking mechanisms and keys remain locked, which can be unsafe when a fire or other emergency requires a quick escape. Using fail-safe locks, doors are unlocked when the power goes out so that anyone can leave a building without looking for their keys.
Aatel works with three market leaders, each of whom has developed innovative access control systems. Keyscan, HID and RBH Access Technologies design state-of-the-art security systems that are versatile, scalable and flexible yet highly functional. They provide significant value to your investment and ultimately help control access to your business or institution. You can protect office resources, equipment and supplies by controlling access to your building. Access can be limited to certain rooms, so only those with access can enter. If there is an accident or theft, you know who had access to the specific area at the time of the incident.
Doors, references, readers, dashboards and other components in a network system are connected via the internet by management software. Because a device operates multiple doors, network systems enable emergency locks and even operate doors in remote locations. Access control means ensuring that workers and visitors have access to the necessary areas with minimal barriers at the right times.
This can be invaluable when investigating vandalism or theft, or to track response times or technical activities internally. With incidents of industrial vandalism and theft that occur more often than ever, you must protect your company’s mission-critical assets. It is certainly a pity to know that someone you have given access to steals from the inside of your company.
The server maintains one or more databases, including the master database of authorized users, equipment configuration records, access control groups and schedules. It also includes access control access control system installation events (requests / authorizations / refusals) and alarm events. The server is operated by one or more workstations used for system settings, interactive access and alarms and reports.
The information encoded in the reference identifies a cardholder for the system. If that name has permission to enter through that door, the system will open the door. This display of the process assumes that the person identified by the card is the person using the card.
So if a card is ever lost, it can be immediately removed from the database and a new one can be released. If an employee leaves your company, your access rights can be removed in seconds. Since a card cannot be easily duplicated, it significantly reduces your overall risk exposure. One of the advantages of a door access control system is that it solves the problems of traditional locks and keys. For example, the BAS consists of a device for input control units, keyboards and card readers.