Access control systems are physical or electronic systems, which are designed to control who has access to the premises.
The simplest example of a physical access control system is a door, which can be locked, limiting people to one side of the door or the other.
In some cases, physical access control systems are integrated with electronic ones. For example, a door may be unlocked with a swipe card, a key fob, or through biometric means.
- Stand alone access control systems
- Proximity card systems
- Swipe systems
- Networked access control systems
- Intercom & video entry systems
- Photo ID
- Restricted access
- PC based systems