Access control provides security by controlling who is allowed to enter the premise and when. Access Control System recognizes, authenticates and authorizes entry to the premise thereby ensuring ultimate protection for your premise, staff and assets.

Access Control & Attendance system

The Access Control System not only permits entry, it also tracks and records of Visitors and Employees through its Access Software. The Attendance Software can be integrated with any existing payroll software to offer you with automated, system generated Attendance System thereby saving time and resources in recording manual attendance leading to increase in productivity and profitability of your organization.

The Biometric Access Control System is a professional fingerprint access and time attendance control system. It uses fingerprint instead of card system for access. This can be widely used in confidential places for its easy installation and high security. It’s the best choice for you today, to secure your life tomorrow.

The Proximity Access Control System is widely used in office, factory, bank, etc. Supporting Master and Slave solution it provides more confidential access control system, several kinds of time zone settings and many open door groups ensure you an absolute safety environment.


  • Reduction in Fraud.
    • Wristbands with embedded RFID tags—the types that are often used in effective access control systems—are very difficult to duplicate. If they are stolen before being issued, they can be immediately deactivated. If they are reported stolen after issuance, door monitors can confiscate them when presented at the venue for admission.
  • Capacity control.
    • Event organizers can use access control technology to tell when a room or venue is reaching capacity for security and comfort reasons. By viewing the number of attendees in rooms across the event, organizers can make real time adjustments as needed and recommend alternate conference sessions or direct attendees to overflow areas.
  • Intelligence.
    • Keeping attendance, waiting or VIP lists to control admittance and understand exactly who is in the “room” is a process of the past. Access control devices can determine who is in attendance and help organizers act accordingly to administer rewards, offer VIP treatment, remove unauthorized visitors or address security breaches.
  • Cost control.
    • Access control can translate into cost control. Knowing who or how many individuals have attended specific areas and cross referencing that data to the number of admissions sold provides a valuable check for organizations looking to get a handle on costs and revenue leakage.

Manual badge checking, head counting and ticket taking will soon be replaced by cost-effective electronic monitoring systems. The benefits far outweigh the costs and for some organizations that grapple with fraud and unauthorized access issues, access control technology offers security and saves money.

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