Traditional access control systems have a common characteristic that identifies them: they are proprietary. This means the client is stuck with just one solution that is not always suited to their evolving needs.
Open platforms have also reached Access Control systems, allowing the choice of agnostic hardware in relation to the management platform used. There has also been major evolution in relation to the security of access control solutions, with new standards using strong encryption right from the credentials to the validation and communication of data and other forms of authentication, such as biometrics or NFC.
We work with the most advanced open platforms of access control which we combine with other systems such as video surveillance, intruder or video analytics, so that a single interface be able to comprehensively manage the entire system, whether managing one or multiple buildings. This ensures that relevant information always reaches system operators in real time.
We are governed by a basic and fundamental rule in the design of access control solutions: the safety of human life above all else. This rule, seemingly simple and obvious, seems to be in conflict with the main objective of the system: to maintain a certain area safe which, in combination with a number of requirements and possibilities of inputs and outputs that can happen in a particular area, it quickly becomes complex to guarantee this.
These codes and standards are the basis of the access control solutions we build, using certified and experienced technicians in the design and integration of electronic access control systems with other life protection systems (such as Fire Safety Systems). We always apply for our systems the best market practices to ensure full compliance with the law and, above all, to protect human life.