Stop the Spread at the Source

    Access control systems are a preventative measure against unauthorised personnel walking into offices, driving into buildings or vandalising property, while still allowing authorised visitors and employees to circulate freely.

    With contactless access control you can do this without the risk of contamination on surfaces, which COVID can live on for at least 48 hours. 

    Access control


    As an individual approaches the access control terminal, facial recognition software matches up with the company’s database of authorised personnel to determine if access should be granted or denied. If granted, the doors automatically open without any need for contact and, if denied, an alert is triggered inside the building so that designated individuals can act accordingly.

    When integrated with fever screening and mask detection technology you can also deny/grant access to individuals based on things such as if they are wearing a mask or if they have an elevated temperature, massively reducing the risk of infection within your premises by preventing it at the source.

    • Faster and more convenient than regular access control
    • Facial recognition means higher levels of security as cards can be replicated/stolen
    • With no contact the risk of contamination entering your premises is massively reduced
    • Cost-saving as a security guard is not required

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