Access Control for the Office or Job Site
Regulate and Monitor Access
Building security is not just about installing the latest electronics and software.
Increasingly, buildings of all sorts require careful security planning that proceeds hand-in-hand with the architectural design process. To ensure an appropriate and cost-effective level of security, clients need to acquaint themselves with the range of security factors that affect design.
Access control security systems are relatively simple to monitor and maintain. Properly installed, they are difficult to tamper with and override, creating peace of mind for building managers and tenants. If you’re in the business of building management and site security, access control is an appropriate option for many reasons:
- Reduced Cost of security guards and lock changing
- Maintain both public and “employees only” areas simultaneously
- Record entries and exits
- Protext sensitive areas
- Ensure employee honesty
Door stations with integrated cameras have been around for years. They are almost always based on analog TV technology that is over 60 years old and, because of the system involved, can only deliver very low image quality. Such systems only enable limited two-way communication. The station is installed using a complex cabling and power supply system.
Two-way video around the world
- Allround view with no blind spots
- Recording with sound
- Keyless access
- Integrated message function
- Very simple installation