Possibility’s System Integration, open an endless opportunity’s of system scalability and automation. Starting from hardware systems to software platforms
For specialist and expertise hands on each of our products category to full fill the needs of our customers. Our technology experts will not compromise on latest technology
Long-term non-access user management
User permissions management by each door
Real-time event log monitoring
Floor access permissions management (elevator management)
Door, zone and device status monitoring
Zone management (antipassback, fire alarm, scheduled lock, schedule unlock, intrusion, interlock, muster)
An access control system is a security system that restricts and monitors entry to physical or digital spaces, ensuring that only authorized individuals or entities gain access, enhancing security and accountability.
Access control is used to prevent unauthorized access to physical or digital spaces, safeguarding against security threats, data breaches, and ensuring accountability and compliance.
Access control systems are implemented to manage and restrict entry to physical or digital spaces, thereby enhancing security, protecting valuable assets, and ensuring only authorized individuals or entities can access specific resources or areas.
Access control systems work by verifying the identity of individuals or entities attempting to gain access to a secured area or resource. This is typically done through authentication methods such as keycards, PINs, biometrics, or other credentials, with the system granting or denying access based on predefined rules and permissions.
Access control is important because it provides a fundamental layer of security, allowing organizations to protect their physical and digital assets by ensuring that only authorized individuals or entities can access specific areas or resources, thus preventing security breaches, data theft, and unauthorized entry.
Distributed access control is also known as "decentralized access control." This approach to access control distributes decision-making and authorization processes across various nodes or devices in a network, rather than relying on a centralized authority, which can enhance security and scalability in certain contexts.