Property owners and managers are constantly identifying areas of risk and taking steps to mitigate that risk. In any environment, risk takes the form of access.
Controlling an access through an access control system is the most efficient method of monitoring activities and limiting/permitting movement across your premises and they can be as simple or as complex as needed.
Access Control is a prime example of where system integration can provide tremendous benefits. Not only can it reduce the threat of physical damage to property or theft, it can also provide management teams with invaluable data on the movement of personnel.
The need to impose effective restrictions on the access of visitors, suppliers or indeed personnel to buildings (or to valuable data) can be combined with both Human Resources and the management of Health and Safety.
There are many different types of access control: Network Access Control (NAC), Identity management (IDM), Web access control, Enterprise access control, and Device or Endpoint access control.
We utilise a variety of methods including audio visual telephone entry systems, swipe card, proximity and hands free access, door monitoring, motorised gates, barriers and bollards, biometrics such as finger prints, retinal scan, facial scan, etc. and have installed many levels of access control in various applications for our clients.
We, at GMP 3S, recognize the importance of access control in everyday security, understand its management implications, and help clients match access control to compliance obligations. We design an access control system in the given premises, by understanding in detail the threats and conducting vulnerability assessments for offices, factories, and critical infrastructure.
Securing the perimeter has taken a new importance. It is done in various forms namely:
Electric fencing is used in addition to any security fence to make the perimeter even more secure. These systems generate a sharp shock when it is touched, which acts as a powerful deterrent without any long-term ill effects.
High-security barricades, i.e. hydraulically operated system helps to restrict access to cars.
Taut wire fences use sophisticated electronics to help prevent intruders.
Vibration Sensor Cable locates intruders by detecting vibrations caused by cutting or climbing. These not only warn of intruders but can help pinpoint the location of a breakthrough. They usually consist of a metal or optical fiber wire strung along a fence.
Intrusion Beam detectors are available in different ranges with features helping reduce false alarms by using high-tech electronics making them smarter and more reliable. They are sensitive enough to detect intruders in darkness, dusk, rain, snow, fog and heavy winds.
Video motion detection (VMD) works by analyzing the thousands of pixels in a digital image for small changes that even a trained eye would never pick up. It then uses pattern recognition software to identify and track the direction of the motion. These cameras possess the ability to sense motion without giving a false alarm.
Based on actual scenarios, we propose various types of detection technologies to be implemented.