Access Control

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Atlas Fire & Security Solutions provides Access Control solutions in and around Leatherhead Surrey, servicing London, Hampshire and Berkshire.

Access Control

5/5

Atlas Fire & Security Solutions provides Access Control solutions in and around Leatherhead Surrey, servicing London, Hampshire and Berkshire.

Technologies We Use

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Securing Access to your Premises

Commonly known as key fobs, and swipe cards, and often used for businesses and office spaces, this method of security ensures accurate restricting, monitoring and recording the movement of personnel, assets or vehicles throughout your facility. 

Benefits of the service include the option to see exactly who, what time and particular areas have been accessed.

FAQ

Managing employee and visitor access rights at single or multiple locations can become a complex task with many moving parts. But with safety and security on the line, you can’t afford to have a weak link or any gaps in your system.
Biometric access control is a developing technology that relies on human characteristics like fingerprint scanning and facial recognition to work alongside or replace traditional means of access.
At its core access control is a method of electronically limiting entry to certain locations in order to improve security and better manage employee and visitor access at single or multiple sites. However, access control has developed beyond this traditional security viewpoint. For example, modern systems increase operational efficiencies and reduce costs by enabling integration with a large variety of workforce products and solutions
Access points are certainly not limited to doors. Turnstiles, barriers and even traffic lights can be included. Anywhere where access could be electronically controlled can benefit from being included in an access control solution.
The systems we install and maintain can be linked to a PC using access control management software, or, alternatively, we install and maintain stand-alone systems with a control unit that holds the required information to denote access as required. With a stand-alone system, a series of enrolment and shadow cards can be used to regulate the distribution of keyfobs. Generally, users are “enrolled” onto the system using a master fob or enrolment card. PC based systems can control larger numbers of doors, barriers, turnstiles and gates- with capacity for up to 10,000+ users.