Controlled Access Systems designs and installs access control systems that enable the customer to effectively manage and control access points to fit their specific security needs. Whether you have a single family residence, a highly secure corporate facility, or a major hospital system, we can design and implement an integrated access control system that will not only meet your requirements, but exceed your expectations.
By limiting and/or preventing people from entering places where they do not belong, reliable access control systems protect against theft, vandalism, liability risks, and potential risks to your health and safety. With the proper access control system you can manage where, when, and how staff, guests, and vendors access and move about your facility. In addition, we can control your perimeter using traffic barriers, gates and fencing and limit accessibility to authorized personnel. Many of our access systems have the ability to monitor card and code history to determine who may have gained access to your property, facility, or any specific access point.
Todays access control systems eliminate the need for keys, which are easily lost or duplicated and the financial expense of re-keying locks. Modern systems instead use keypads, electronic card readers, proximity readers and special systems that have the ability to interface surveillance video. In the technologically advanced world we live in today where things rapidly change, Controlled Access Systems stays up-to-date with industry standards and products as they become available.
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
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Controlled Access Systems offers a broad range of systems and components for secure access to gates, doors, parking access, and physical assets.
Controlled Access Systems offers many types of electronic access systems that integrate with other systems to authorize access to specific areas.
Electromagnetic Locks (Specific applications for gates, doors, and cabinets)
Electronic Readers (Card swipe readers, proximity readers, badges)
Telephone Entry Systems
Biometrics (Retina and fingerprint identification)