With a cleverly chosen access control system you can easily control when which person has access to a specific building or space.
Private users of access control naturally have completely different wishes than business users, but there are certainly interfaces that apply to both a business and private environment.
This article has been written to give a general impression of the possibilities. This can be used as a nice guide to complete your wish list.
Access control in practice
Of course you want customers and visitors to feel welcome, but you want to prevent unauthorized persons or potential problem causes from entering. Government institutions already use access control in almost all cases.
But we also increasingly see that smaller institutions and small and medium-sized companies are starting to use Security Access Control System in India. Due to the rise of the smartphone, there are now extensive management options and it is even possible to open a door remotely via your mobile phone.
Not everyone needs to be able to open doors remotely, so an ordinary smartphone user can only open the lock when he is near the door. The current trend is that the smartphone is more popular than biometric systems with finger scan or face recognition.
Be well informed
Nowadays there are many providers of access control systems and smart door locks, but with which system do you make the right choice?
For fear of making the wrong choice or due to ignorance, the choice of a mechanical locking system with keys is still often the first choice of a building manager or property owner.
And that is of course an outdated choice in the long term, because if you lose a key for financial reasons, you will not immediately replace the entire locking system.
Fortunately, in recent years there have been more and more brands that are responding to this and are making the threshold for the first purchase of the system ever smaller. In the article below we tell you almost all basic information in the first step towards choosing an access control system.
Modern access control systems
Where previously access control systems were cumbersome and expensive, access control is now user-friendly and intuitive to use.
Card readers had to be cabled and often involved complex software that could only be managed by one person. Why? Because access control software was complicated and much too technical. In addition, the access control software was installed locally.
Opening a door remotely with, for example, a mobile phone was not an option. Nowadays, the software limitations of the past have been resolved and the access control software is cloud based so that no software installations are required locally.
If the customer nevertheless wants to run a system in its own environment, for example on its own computer or server, a web-based system is certainly recommended.
A web-based access control system can be accessed through a web browser such as Safari, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer.
People who are involved in setting the access rights of different users have fewer rights in the software than, for example, a system administrator. Any manager can make changes to the system at any location.