Neuro Systems – Security – Access Control Systems
Why would premises need access control?
There are two fundamental reasons business, residential or service premises might benefit or in multiple cases, require access control systems.
Only cleared personnel, residents, and visitors will have access to the building or designated areas within. Staff working on site have the right to feel safe and know that their personal property is afforded some protection against non-authorised individuals.
Varied levels of access allows for rooms within buildings the means to allow only authorised personnel. An electronic/digital system allows the business/security manager to revoke and grant access to individuals and groups from a central administration point.
Such an example of this would be a server room in a business site, it makes sense to only allow qualified IT engineers and perhaps a site fire officer access to this room under normal everyday circumstances.
The use of an access control system means that traditional door locks can be left in the open position (if they are already present), the access control system will lock the door using its own mechanism.
Timed Access Permissions
Systems are capable of granting access only during certain periods within a day or night, this can be aligned with the working hours of each individual employee.