We already know how the anti-pass back functionality offered by access control systems provides effective tracking control. Beyond the control of rights of access to places and time slots, other functionalities of the access control solutions contribute to low cost to a better security of the organizations.
The anti-time back
On the same concept as the anti-pass back, the anti-time back defines the time after which a user entering a zone is again allowed to enter this zone.
This solution can be used in car parks, for example, to prevent a user, once entered, from transmitting his badge to another user.This feature can also be used in conjunction with the anti-pass back control, thus avoiding the reproduction of a path between several zones before a certain period of time.
Block the rights of a lost badge
In the case of the loss or theft of a badge, it is important that the user makes a declaration of loss at the earliest with his badge management service. The rights associated with this badge can be locked to block access to people in illegal possession of this badge. This is the only way to ensure that a foreign person cannot access the buildings/premises.
This deactivation of the badge is remotely configurable, directly in the computer system in which the access rights are attributed.
The case of forgetting badges to access one’s place of work is common. In order to streamline the treatment of these cases, the access control system allows a receptionist to issue temporary badges to a user who has forgotten his badge.
The remote door opening system is an option that remotely controls the opening of a secure door by Security Access Control System In India.
Very practical in case of forgetting a badge of a user, it also allows to remotely authorize the access of a person who does not have a badge.
The system is commonly linked to an intercom (or videophone) system for calling for an opening request. It may possibly be supplemented by a surveillance camera device to allow identification of the applicant for the remote opening. It is obviously necessary to ensure the real identity of the accessor before activating the remote unlocking.
Looking for someone
Beyond controlling access to buildings, a company equipped with an entry and exit access control system can have an overview of the people present inside a building, a basic need in case of evacuation!
In fact, subjecting users to access control at the entrance and exit of a building makes it possible to obtain a view, at a time T, of all the persons present in the company. With access control by zone, this gives an even more precise view of the areas in which the employees are located.
In this configuration, in case of evacuation, the manager of the access control device can edit an attendance sheet by zone to proceed to the verification of the presents at the meeting point, and if necessary, to start the search procedure.
This information will be essential for the first response teams to lead a faster search for missing people.
All these features associated with Security Access Control System In India are sometimes optional, but depending on site configuration, risks, and applicable standards and regulations, they can become real assets for enterprise security.