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Access Control

If you don’t want to use a key to enter your home or business, you don’t have to! You can open the door by entering a code, swiping a card or even accessing remotely from your desk or mobile phone!
How first impressions matter?

Whether as the boss at home or the boss at the office, give your visitors a 1st class welcome!

How? With a built-in camera, you can see who is at the door on your PC screen, or mobile phone. You can then open the door with remote access. Access Control generally refers to a system that can control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles, in, out and around a building or site.

What is driving access control growth?
  • Growing demand
    • Business owners, continually seek better ways and better technology to manage access and security.
    • Business owners, wish to protect their employee’s lives and business assets.
    •  Business owners, demand more robust identity and access control solutions.
    •  Business owners, look for systems that ask for credentials and authorize identities and privileges.
    •  Business owners, look to biometrics, mobile credentials and wireless locks for operational needs.
  • Declining Costs
    • Business owners, are seeing cost reduction in access control due to demand and availability
  • Increased Awareness
    • Business owners, are experiencing an increased awareness with access control due to a worldwide focus on security.
What are the benefits of access control?
  • Prevention of loss or damage to capital assets
  • Reduced risk of personal injury to staff and visitors
  • Prevention of unwanted entry
Forms of access control that TTCS Solutions offers
  • Keyless entry swipe cards, which contain the cardholder’s access levels-based on the information, the access control card reader will either permit access or deny further entry
  • Biometric scanners that require individuals to use some form of biological information in order to access the property -this can be in the form of a fingerprint, retinal scan, or hand geometry
  • A keypad system designed to have individuals enter a specific code to gain entry into building

Access control applications range from controlling a single entrance door to managing a large complex site. Electronic access control systems are most the most used security systems across the globe due to reliability and authenticity.

Call TTCS Solutions today for a free consultation!

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