An IP access control system from DIS offers a highly valuable, integrated solution to monitoring, analysing and facilitating movement around your premises. We combine our vast knowledge and experience of installing a wide variety of systems with flexible, scalable technology to create a fully bespoke network of devices.
Access control goes beyond doors and the possibilities are endless. Control cabinet locks, car park admissions and more with this revolutionary technology designed to make your life easier.
Benefits of Access Control
Whilst the actual access fixtures themselves will need to be installed, they can be connected to your existing network. This saves time and money by allowing you to reuse your current infrastructure, rather than purchasing and setting up a whole new system.
DIS offers software solutions that can grow with your business and its needs. Whether you invest in this technology whilst you’re a small or medium business, or you need a more complex system for a large company or premises, you can continue to evolve and improve your access control network.
Many different types of hardware can be connected and controlled through a single network and software solution. This allows you to easily manage, monitor and tweak your security system to reflect your evolving needs.
No longer will you leave guests out in the cold whilst someone races from one end of your building to the main door. At the push of a button or a wave of a card, information can be passed to a central monitoring station which can allow for instantaneous automatic or manual access. Our access solutions are edge-based, improving the speed and efficiency of your facilities.
Due to the speed and accuracy of alerts that come through access control systems, you can be alerted far sooner to any potential criminal activity such as lock picking or damage.
The supplied software will allow you to monitor how and when people utilise your access control measures. This information will then allow you to forecast any changes or improvements that may need to be made to the processes, improving efficiency and workflow. Identifying pain points, such as hard to use gates or doors, can help to influence future decisions on how to alter or expand your processes.
Examples of Access Control Hardware
Whilst our software can act as the central controller, physical access systems are also required to enact the security measures on visitors. What would be the use of creating a security card lock if you didn’t have the actual lock and door for people to use them on? However, there are many different types of hardware which can be combined with this central control to form an intelligent network that will allow you to monitor and control movement around your premises.
Access control proximity systems
This might be the most common form of access control, but it can be improved and customised to suit your specific needs. There are multiple forms of ID that can be used with this system, including but not limited to:
- ID Card
- Biometric (thumb/eye/face recognition) access
- Fob access
- Intercom systems
- Mobile phone app access
If you work for a company involved with highly secure data, dangerous materials or varying levels of security, it may be necessary to have cabinets that only some staff members can access. A biometric thumb scanner could be the solution!
Get rid of the dated punching in machines and install an ID or biometric scanner in order to monitor employees’ comings and goings, making payroll and attendance calculations easier.