Access Barrier Management System

Access Barrier Systems with management are electronic systems that facilitate automated approval for authorized personnel to enter through a security portal without the need for a security officer to review and validate the authorization of the person entering the portal, typically by using a credential to present to the system to verify their authorization. A security portal is a door or passageway that creates an entry point in a security boundary.


Access Control Systems

Access control systems are based on the premise that issuing keys to all employees who need them is generally not cost-effective. Another premise of an access control system is that it would be cost-prohibitive to rekey the facility should a key be lost. Finally, an access control system can limit employee access; allowing them entry only to areas in which they are authorized, or granting entry during certain times of the day. An access control system uses a means of verification, known as a credential, to allow a person to enter an area. The credential can be something that is known, generally a personal identification number; something that is carried, such as a card or token; or something that the authorized person has, such as a fingerprint or iris (the colored part of the eye). The credential is entered, swiped, presented, or scanned, and, after some level of verification, access is granted or denied.


Flap Barrier

Flap Barrier is the automatic gates you will find on the stations, office entrances, airports, and also in other many places. It is a device for emergency control. This allows an automatic opening of its two wings while people connect with it with the access cards and close down in a minute after that. Flap gates have a built-in taper. With a small differential pressure on the back of the gate, it opens automatically to allow discharge. When the head is greater on the face side of the gate, the flap closes automatically to prevent back flow. Flaps are a high lift device consisting of a hinged panel or panels mounted on the trailing edge of the wing. When extended, they increase the camber and, in most cases, the chord and surface area of the wing resulting in an increase of both lift and drag and a reduction of the stall speed.


Car Parking Barrier

Automatic car park barriers work with intelligent access control systems. Many can operate with a simple keypad or with a GSM intercom, whereby staff can answer the intercom calls from anywhere using a mobile phone and control access on the go.Installing a parking guard is an excellent way to secure private and reserved parking spaces. They are becoming increasingly popular in the protection of public and private parking spaces due to their simplicity, safety, and quality.

In addition to measures like access control, landscaping, and adequate lighting, installing a CCTV system makes it easier to monitor activity within your parking areas. This is one of the tools that can make your Security Officers exponentially more responsive to potential threats.


Turnstile Barrier

Turnstiles provide superior access control by both detecting and deterring unauthorized entries. When entering a facility, often the first point of entry is through a door. A common solution to secure the facility is to add a card or biometric reader and electric locks to the door.

Optical pedestrian turnstiles:

Capable of regulating access without any kind of physical barrier, optical turnstiles work by monitoring people who pass through with ID cards or badges using infrared light beams. If an optical turnstile detects an unauthorized entry, the system raises an alarm or signal.

Turnstile gate with card reader:

In the card swiping area, you can pass by directly using the authorized ID or IC card.

QR code turnstile:

In the QR code scanning area, directly use the authorized QR code and scan it at the turnstile gate.


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