It's easy to keep your property safe with unique lock codes that control and monitor entry into the property. Check that the doors are locked, or remotely open one to allow for a delivery, and even set doors to lock automatically when the system is armed. All from whatever device you choose.
Simply put, access control is a way to control who enters a location, and when. The person entering could be an employee, a customer, a visitor, a contractor, a delivery person—the point is, there are restrictions placed on who can be where. The location they’re entering could be a building, a specific room, or even a cabinet.
One of the primary uses is increased security, although a physical access control system offers many other benefits, too, such as improving the efficiency of your business processes and managing a site or building more effectively.
By implementing a smart lock system and access control management software you gain the benefit of:
Keys are small and prone to loss, and when one is lost, the door needs to be re-keyed and new keys distributed to all who need them. This is expensive and it's a hassle, and the whole scenario can be eliminated with smart door locks that are opened via fob, smart phone, or even facial recognition.
While a physical key can unlock and lock a door, there is no record of that transaction. With smart access control, you know exactly who arrived and when, and can even set up notifications. Doors lock automatically so there's no risk of leaving things unsecured.
If you have employees that need to enter multiple secure building, spaces or cabinets, they could be carrying a daunting number of keys. Enabling digital access simplifies their workflow, and eliminates the security risk of labeling keys.