Access Control is a critical but easily overlooked component of protecting your assets and people. There are several different kinds of access control models and a growing number of credential types, but we help our clients decide what works best for them based on their unique physical security and procedural requirements. Of course, compliance standards are also a vital consideration. Whatever the environment, our goal is always to provide the most reliable protection as seamlessly as possible.
Traditional Access Control
Traditional access control systems that use the methods below are relatively inexpensive, but they can be cumbersome to use in high-traffic areas.
Smart Access Control
“Smart” access control systems require users’ smartphones to gain entry. They can use bluetooth to grant entry when a phone is near an access point, or any number of credentials from phones.
Biometrics are the most secure credential type and are typically the least cumbersome to use. Higher-end systems can require multiple inputs for maximum security. These inputs can include: