Extravision | Access Control

By: Extravision  09-12-2011

Extravision | Access Control

The access control function must generally meet two major requirements: allow only authorized persons to access or leave a location and prevent materials and substances from entering or exiting certain locations.

By creating access control systems based on 1) what a person owns (key, access card); 2) what a person knows (password, PIN); and 3) what a person is (biometric characteristics), Extravision can provide you with an access-control solution adapted to your situation. Furthermore, today’s access control technologies allow us to use common platforms to integrate all the functions of a physical protection system into a simple, yet sophisticated solution.

  • Electronic Access Control

    Lenel a UTC Fire & Security Company

    Genetec

    Honeywell Security

  • Access Control Accessories
  • Biometric Controls

    L1 Identiy Solutions

    Schlage

  • Doors, Gates, Turnstiles and Security Containers

    Traka

    Automatic Systems


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