Siren Fire & Security provides access control installation for commercial and industrial premises. Access control systems include stand-alone systems, network access, and door entries (intercoms). Access control and door entry systems enable you to better manage the influx of traffic in and out of your property. We regularly install access control systems at the likes of private businesses, schools, banks, office space and more.
Below is a breakdown of the types of access control systems that Siren Fire & Security install:
- Stand-Alone Access Control Systems
- Network Access Control Systems
- Door Entry Access Control Systems
- Electric Gate Automation
Stand-Alone Access Control Systems
Stand-alone access control systems are arguably the most common type of access control systems that our team at Siren Fire & Security install at commercial and industrial premises. You’ll commonly spot stand-alone access control systems at the likes of schools and private business offices where a code is required to enter the building. Stand-alone devices only require a power supply and locking device. Although codes are popular with this type of access control system, you can also enter a property using a proximity key fob or fingerprint.
Door Entry Access Control Systems
Door entry access control systems help you to monitor the movement coming in and out of your building. There are many types of technologies that can be integrated within door entry access control systems depending on your bespoke requirements. The following technologies are available for access control; biometric readers, access readers, and property codes.
Benefits Of Access Control
Keep Track Of All Activity
If you’re looking to keep track of all activity, including employees and visitors, access control systems are an excellent option to consider. From one remote location, you’ll have much better and simplified access to tracking all entries to your premises.
Integrated access control systems is one of the best ways to instantly improve your overall security and minimise risk. Access control systems make it much more difficult for intruders to trespass through your property and even if they do, access control systems are fantastic for helping with criminal investigations and theft.
Eliminate Traditional Keys
In 2023 and beyond, traditional keys are fast becoming obsolete. For example, if you have various keyholders, it’s super easy to lose a set of keys which may cause havoc to your businesses security and activity. Instead, consider modern-day access control systems including door entry systems and stand-alone systems.