What is access control: At a very basic level, Access Control is a means of controlling who enters a location and when. The person entering may be an employee, a contractor, or a visitor and they may be on foot, driving a vehicle, or using another mode of transportation. The location they’re entering may be, for example, a site, a building, a room, or a cabinet.

Why would a company use Access Control instead of traditional keys?

Keys are the simplest form of physical access control and the method many smaller organizations uses. Even for a small company, however, using mechanical keys has several flaws and limitations-especially as an organization gets bigger. Below are jus some of the problems presented by using keys.

  • People lose keys
  • Keys don’t leave an audit trail
  • Keys are difficult to manage
  • Why should you use an access control system?
  • It will allow the following:
  • Who can access
  • Which doors they have
  • What times they can gain access
  • Under which conditions they’re allowed to access .

We offer many types of access control systems for small to midsize businesses.

  • Badge
  • Pin code
  • Biometric