Vehicular Access Control Market set for Strong Growth Until 2025, Research Reports
The global vehicle access control market size was valued at USD 8,624.5 million in 2018 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 10.6% until 2025, a recent market research report has been able to suggest.
The report from Trusted Business Insights suggests that the increase in the rate of vehicle theft across developing and developed countries is emerging as one of the major factors that are anticipated to drive the market growth over the forecast period. Technological innovations that have led to the development of advanced vehicle access control systems to provide an exceptional driving platform are also encouraging consumers to opt for a vehicle boasting the latest access control system.
The need for advanced safety features that can control any unauthorized access to a vehicle is growing. At the same time, the security requirements at the entry gates of commercial and residential buildings are also growing. Research & development centers, power plants, and nuclear power zones, among other establishments, happen to be vital for the economy of a nation. Such establishments often house confidential information and hence they need to be protected from any unauthorized vehicular entry. These are the major factors that are driving the demand for advanced vehicle access control systems.
Apart from commercial and residential buildings, vehicle access control systems can also be installed across tollways. The traffic management capabilities of these systems can help in reducing traffic congestion at tollways. Moreover, advances in technology are helping in increasing the acceptability of vehicle access control systems by enabling various combinations of non-biometric systems and biometric systems. The growing acceptability of these systems bodes well for the market growth over the forecast period.
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Our access control system also include provision for an entry made under duress. A normal PIN can be programmed as a feature of a normal access permission, working in tandem with the smartcard, but there can also be a special duress code set up. When this is entered, the cardholder (and any potential threat) notice no difference in the way that the door opens for them, but it triggers a silent alarm and sends an alert to the necessary people.
The other method by which people can use our access control system is through their personal biometrics.
The type of biometric identification that we offer for access control is the fingerprint reader, for employers who, due to security concerns, want to be absolutely certain that the relevant person is accessing the door. The image of the fingertip pattern is converted into a code through a secure algorithm, which is then stored on a database for future comparison and authentication.
These modern methods of access control should be the minimum used by all businesses, yet many premises still rely on lock and key. Contact us on 020 8242 9695 for more information on our products and services, or by using our contact form.