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  • Benefits of a Card Access System

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    Card access remains the primary method used to control entrances and/or exits to a building, and many businesses are turning to these types of systems to improve the security of their facility and keep their employees safe. How Card Access Works A card access system allows card holders to enter and exit a building or ...
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  • The Future of Access Control

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    Make no mistake, access cards still play a big role in today’s access control market, and there is no indication that they will disappear any time soon.  However, advancements in access control technology, paired with changes in consumer demand are causing today’s security integrators to look to the future to address these changes.  Here are ...
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  • Benefits of a Biometric Access Control System

    What Is Biometric Access Control? Biometric access control uses a person’s physical characteristics to confirm their identity.  Common biometric methods include: Hand features: including fingerprints, palm, and hand shape Eye scan Facial recognition Behaviour: including voice or signature There have been incredible advancements in the field of biometrics over the past twenty years.  As a ...
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  • Access Control and Security Monitoring

    Access Control is one of the fastest growing sectors in the security industry.  Today’s access control manufacturers and integrators continue to innovate and promote new solutions and technologies to help solve customers’ evolving needs.  One of the most under-utilized tools to maximize access control efficiency is the use of a security monitoring centre.  The use ...
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  • Managing User Codes On Your Intrusion Alarm Monitoring System

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    Every intrusion alarm monitoring system requires a code that is used to arm and disarm the alarm system.  This code is typically four to six digits, and needs to be entered through a keypad.  Any person who utilizes one of these systems knows that using and managing these codes is an important part of getting ...
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