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Do you have an access control system? Is your existing access control system keeping up as fast and efficient as the new technology? If not, it may be time you consider installing a new security system. Door access control systems can keep inventory safe, secure intellectual property, and limit and restrict access to personnel. Property and employees are protected, and burglars are deterred resulting in increased safety. With door access control systems, employers can track activity, reduce the risk of theft, and protect assets. This blog will walk you through a few reasons why an enhanced access control means fewer break-ins. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How An Enhanced Access Control System May Mean Fewer Break-Ins


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How An Enhanced Access Control System May Mean
Fewer Break-Ins
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Access Control Systems
  • Door access control systems can keep inventory
    safe, secure intellectual property, and limit and
    restrict access to personnel.
  • Property and employees are protected, and
    burglars are deterred resulting in increased
    safety. With door access control systems,
    employers can track activity, reduce the risk of
    theft, and protect assets.

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Why An Enhanced Access Control Means Fewer
Break-ins
  • Below are the few reasons why an enhanced access
    control means fewer break-ins.
  • 1. Web-Based Access Control 
  • 2. Visitor Management System
  • 3. RFID Systems 
  • 4. Barrier Gates
  • 5. Card Access Systems

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Web-Based Access Control 
  • A web-based physical access control system
    provides an additional layer of security by
    automatically collecting data on all events that
    occur within the system.
  • You can check the security events log from
    anywhere and anytime and adjust most of the
    systems settings remotely.

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Visitor Management System
  • A visitor management system can record the usage
    of the facilities by specific visitors and
    provide documentation of visitors whereabouts.  
  • You can allow access to certain individuals on
    specific days when you know they will be
    visiting. 

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RFID Systems 
  • An RFID system (Radio Frequency Identification
    System) is a technology-based identification
    system that helps to identify the objects just by
    using the tags attached to them.
  • This works through radio communication through
    tag and tag reader.
  • Typically, the tags are mounted on vehicles and
    this provides faster access where the individuals
    dont need to stop or physically present a
    credential.  

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Barrier Gates
  • Unauthorized access is prevented by using barrier
    gates and it also controls traffic in restricted
    areas like private parking, monthly parking and
    household parking.
  • When the authorized credential or person in
    charge of grating access approves the individual,
    the barrier arm is initiated and lifts up
    allowing the vehicle to pass through.

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Card Access Systems
  • Key card access systems operate on the
    relationship between a plastic card and
    electronic access control locks.
  • It uses fewer components compared to other access
    control systems. The uniquely encoded access card
    is used by persons to gain access.

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Royce Integrated
  • The above-mentioned access control systems will
    eliminate access much more efficiently and find
    new ways to keep track of existing access.
  •  Royce Integrated provides a wide variety of
    access control systems for your specific security
    needs. Get in touch with us now to install
    an access control system. 

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