Centralized Access Control Management

Monitor all of your assets from a centralized location. Whether it’s multiple buildings on campus or distant warehouses throughout the world, they can all be supervised from a single centralized location.

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Multi-location monitoring

Monitor all of your assets from a centralized location. Whether it’s multiple buildings on campus or distant warehouses throughout the world, they can all be supervised from a single centralized location.
Add geolocation capabilities and you can monitor mobile assets as they move between locations. Even get alerts when equipment moves outside of designated area.

For example: Get an email alert when a forklift leaves it’s designated warehouse. Is it going out for service? Is an employee renting it out to another firm?

Get alerted when a delivery truck leaves it’s designated service area or moves on a scheduled day off. Is an employee using company resources for personal use? Were they authorized to do so?

Multi-location management

Do your employees need access to multiple locations? A Chief Engineer supervising multiple buildings, inventory clerk inspecting sales showrooms and warehouses, a doctor, nurse or assistant practicing at multiple clinics? You can grant or deny them access from a centralized, cloud based (or private server based) solution. Make changes on the fly as your business needs dictate.

For example: All new employees go through training at the company headquarters, then get assigned a permanent location to continue their duties. Grant them temporary access to the headquarters building and parking lot for training days and revoke it after training completes. Their access to their regular places of work remains in tact.

Sometimes you need different access permissions even within the same building. Every employee is allowed into the lobby, but once inside, each only needs access to their own department.

Integrated access control and surveillance

Video recording keyed to access control events. Record every visitor with a video log. Get alerts when a visitor is denied entry.

On the more advanced systems you can even get alerts when the visitor’s credentials (pin code, keycard, etc.) do not match the picture on file.

Automatically manage visitors using their own ID (Driver License, Credit Card, even License Plate), black listing and white listing on a web portal.

For example: a resident is expecting a plumber during work hours. They enter the name of the visitor into the website portal along with the hours when they are expecting him. Upon arrival, the visitor presents their credentials at the kiosk (inserts driver license/credit card into the reader). The system verifies that the visitor is on the list, also that they aren’t on a blocked list (optionally verifies against a known bad-guy listing), and that the visit is during permissible hours. Once permission to enter is verified a visitor ID is printed to be used in the areas of the building he needs to access to do his job. 

Cloud or server

Most modern panels include an onboard configuration system. Once the system expands to more than one access control panel, centralized management systems simplify system administration.

Some of our clients prefer maintaining administrative servers as part of their IT environment.

Cloud platforms have made major strides in terms of reliability, user friendliness and security. They offer advantages for companies that don’t maintain an internal IT department, and provide mobile friendly interfaces to further simplify administrative tasks.