Advanced Building Access System
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Advanced Building Access System

What is a Building Access System?

A building access system protects your profits by keeping revenue-generating equipment secure. It also reduces the cost of managing geo-diverse remote sites, as you can view and control access remotely from a central terminal. Why do I need a Building Access System? Whether or not you’ve already experienced theft or vandalism in your network, your unmanned sites are vulnerable. While you might expect this type of criminal activity from strangers, an alarming amount of damage is done by employees, ex-employees, and outside contractors. With industrial crime on the rise, you need more than basic security features. A simple lock-and-key system is not a viable security solution, and it will not adequately protect your network uptime. To effectively manage your sites, you need to restrict access to authorized personnel only. Traditional keys can’t give you user-level access control, and they also can’t provide you with a log of every entry and exit. The Optimal Building Access System is Integrated Into Your Alarm Monitoring System If you’re planning to deploy a new building access system, there is one very important factor that you must not ignore. If you accomplish alarm monitoring and access control with a single system, you’re doing yourself and your company a big favor. Integration with your alarm monitoring system will provide you with many benefits: • You’ll achieve price economies by purchasing one system instead of two. • You’ll receive building access alarms on the same screen as all of your other alarms. • You won’t have to add another terminal to your NOC. • You’ll leverage your existing monitoring investment and avoid installing expensive new transport. • You’ll only have to deal with one vendor, giving you a single point of contact. A good building access system should integrate seamlessly into your current alarm monitoring system. You already have capable site controllers in your remotes, and you already have a central terminal - your alarm master. Integration with alarm monitoring makes building access as easy as installing user input devices (keypads or card readers) at your entry points. The rest of the access system components, and its transport network, is already present in your deployed alarm monitoring system. By integrating your building access system into your current alarm monitoring system, you are also establishing access control that can be managed from a central location, greatly reducing costly windshield time - the time you spend driving to remote sites because you have inadequate visibility.

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