ROM have acquired vast experience in the Access Control and Time, Attendance, as well as the building management field.
There are two types of access control: physical and logical. Physical access control limits access to campuses, buildings, rooms
To secure a facility, organizations use electronic access control systems that rely on user credentials, access card readers, auditing and reports to track employee access to restricted business locations and proprietary areas, such as data centers. Some of these systems incorporate access control panels to restrict entry to rooms and buildings as well as alarms and lockdown capabilities to prevent unauthorized access or operations.
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Access control is a security technique used to physically restrict vehicles and pedestrians from accessing a specific area or asset. Access control systems perform authorization identification, authentication, access approval, and accountability of pedestrians by requiring an approved credential.
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- Pedestrian Control
- Access cards, key fobs, keypads, and biometrics are some technologies typically used in pedestrian applications.
- Vehicle Control
- Wireless transmitters, RFID, barcode labels, and telephone entry units are common technologies used to control vehicular access
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ROM™s Access control systems are ideal for securing the premises and integrating with the company™s time and attendance systems.
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We must be open for collections and deliveries 24 hours a day and need appropriate access control levels to our site for the many companies and drivers we deal with.
Our current system is simple but because of recent significant stock discrepancies, we have to supervise the loading and unloading of trucks.
But we don™t want to employ a full-time person just to supervise.
The truck arrives at the gate and the driver pushes the button on the intercom. The ROM Operator identifies the driver, disarms the alarm system, turns on the lights and opens the gate. For the next 30 minutes, the Operator observes and records the
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