Protect business assets entry to only authorized personnel with:
Key fobs or door access control systems (thumbprint, retina, hand and facial recognition
smart Cards are issued and programmed into a PC, and even if an employee leaves
the company, they can easily be deleted out of the system rendering that key fob
or card useless. Each card not only allows access, but displays who came in, what
time, and which door.
How does it all work?
The most common door access control systems are with Smartcards or Key fobs. This
works by granting or restricting access to any door, parking garage etc. (anything
you don't want people to get into) by way of an electric locking device.
Smartcards or Key fobs are issued and programmed into a PC, and even if an employee
leaves the company, they can easily be deleted out of the system rendering that Key
fob or Smartcard useless.
If the employee leaves and turns in the card or key fob, it can be reassigned to
the next employee. Employers like the hidden benefit of time and attendance - because
each card not only allows access, but displays who came in, what time, and which
door. This ultimately saves much time and money over the years.
Some of our clients have purchased keypads instead - where you enter in a specific
pass code to enter.
We also have biometric machines that can read your fingerprint, retina or hand geometry.
(On an interesting note, we also have facial recognition software that can see if
you are a known threat or not. Then they can see if you just LOOK like a known felon
by examining your height and weight in addition to the facial recognition. Pretty
Proximity card access control system
The entering person shows his card to the reader. The system examines the permission
and light up the "green light" if he can go, or the "red light" if the person is
not authorized for entering in that moment. At the "green light" the person can pass
The Proximity 6 card readers store the data of entering and outgoings: