What is an Access Control System?
At a very basic level, access control is a means of controlling who enters a location and when. The person entering may be an employee, a contractor or a visitor and they may be on foot, driving a vehicle or using another mode of transport. The location they’re entering may be, for example, a site, a building, a room or a cabinet.
Access control systems can save you money in the long term. Instead of having to rekey your entire building if a master key gets lost or stolen, with access control, if someone loses an access card it can be removed or disabled from the system with a few clicks of the mouse.
With our access control systems you can remotely control access to your site, giving you the control without having to be physically onsite.