Security network operates even during power failures
Theft incidents from British Telecom sites rose almost ten per cent last year owing to the demand for copper, meaning that the BT wiring network was highly prized by criminal gangs. BT’s Openreach Division fought back by employing SmartWater, a clear solution which forensically tags thieves’ skin, therefor the police can easily trace them.
To come up with another solution to securing vulnerable depots or sites, an Access Control UK system using smart card technology controls almost any other electronic mechanism that powers a physical security device. Beginning with the control of a single door, your system can expand upwards to create a large access control network covering a single building or multiple sites. It is a simple to use, highly secure way of tackling the problem of keeping access to areas or buildings under control, as well as monitoring who is present. In addition, the system comes complete with advanced fail-safe features enabling it to operate even during power failure or in an emergency situation.
Real-time monitoring of doors left open, diagrammatically illustrated on an overlay plan of your actual site, are among the many other features.