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Why Access Control Is Necessary?

Key Benefits of Access Control Systems

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Frequently Asked Questions

Wireless access control allows authorized individuals to access a secure area or building using wireless technology. It comprises a central control panel, wireless access points, and electronic locks or door strikes. The wireless access point uses WiFi, Bluetooth, or other wireless technologies to communicate with the control panel, electronic locks, or door strikes. It eliminates the need for physical keys and allows administrators to manage access permissions remotely, making it an ideal solution for businesses, schools, and other organizations that need to control access to their premises.

The most common type of wireless access control is WiFi based access control. They are widely used in commercial and industrial settings, such as offices, factories, warehouses, and public buildings like schools and hospitals. WiFi based access control systems use WiFi technology to connect wireless access points to the central control panel, allowing administrators to manage access permissions remotely.

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  • Manual Barriers are Physical Access Control.
  • Improved Security: Physical access control provides an effective barrier against unauthorized entry into a building or restricted area. This can help prevent theft, vandalism, and other security breaches.
  • Better Control: Physical access control allows administrators to manage access permissions and monitor activity within a facility. It is easier to control who has access to certain areas and monitor people’s movement within the facility.
  • Increased Safety: Physical access control can help improve facility safety by preventing unauthorized individuals from entering hazardous areas or potentially dangerous equipment.
  • Reduced Liability: By implementing physical access control, organizations can minimize liability by ensuring that only authorized individuals can access sensitive areas or equipment.
  • Integration with Other Systems: Physical access control systems can be integrated with other security systems, such as video surveillance or alarm systems, to provide a comprehensive security solution.