Door Access Control Systems in Dubai
From Standard Access Control to Professional Access Control System, we provide all range of products and Accessories in UAE We Provide Cheaper Solutions for Single Door to Multiple Doors Access System at Single Control Point. In order to manage this, Full Control will be given to the Concerned Security People through our Access Control Software. We Also Have the Solution for Maximum of one thousand Doors can be controlled in Single Software via TCP/IP Network. It can suit for Hotels, Large Commercial Buildings etc. We also provide IP Based Access Control Solutions with Magnetic Locking, Electronic Access Control with Sliding and Swing Doors.
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For decades, Al Yamin has provided secure, convenient access control systems for thousand of customers around UAE. From early-day smart card technologies like Prox to modern solutions, Al Yamin offers the broadest range of options to efficiently open doors, gates and more. Access control systems perform identification authentication and authorization of users and entities by evaluating required login credentials that can include passwords, personal identification numbers (PINs), biometric scans, security tokens or other authentication factors. Multifactor authentication, which requires two or more authentication factors, is often an important part of layered defence to protect access control systems.
The Al Yamin is recognized as a technology leader in the security system industry and an Access Control System Suppliers of RFID Access Controls, Biometric Access Controls, Time Attendance Systems, Gate Barriers, and Turnstile in UAE.
Door Access Control Solutions Dubai, UAE
One of the advantages of an electronic access control system is the ability to document and report access activity. Most small single door applications have reporting available either through a printer or through web-based access that shows an audit trail of door access activity. Mid-range and large-scale systems can provide in depth, user-defined reporting of access activity. This is a critical component to the access system because it helps you to quickly understand who had access to critical areas of your business before and after an incident.
Access systems are often designed so that visitors, temporary employees, contractors and regular full time employees wear different colour badges. Additionally, badging systems frequently use a photo of the employee in conjunction with their access card. Photo I.D.s on an access card help building occupants know the card user is the person to whom it was issued. Policy then dictates that these cards are worn above the waist on all individuals for instant visual verification of everyone in the building.
Modules of an Access Control System
Access control systems vary widely in type and complexity. However, most access control systems consist of at least the following basic components:
Access Cards: The access card may be thought of as an electronic "key". The access card is used by persons to gain access through the doors secured by the access control system.
Card Readers: Card readers are the devices used to electronically "read" the access card. Card readers may be of the "insertion" type or may be of the "proximity" type.
Access Control Keypads: Access control keypads are devices which may be used in addition to or in place of card readers.
Electric Lock Hardware: Electric lock hardware is the equipment that is used to electrically lock and unlock each door that is controlled by the access control system. There are a wide variety of different types of electric lock hardware. These types include electric locks, electric strikes, electromagnetic locks, electric exit devices, and many others.
Access Control Field Panels: Access control field panels (also known as "Intelligent Controllers") are installed in each building where access control is to be provided. Card readers, electric lock hardware, and other access control devices are all connected to the access control field panels.
Access Control Server Computer: The access control server computer is the "brain" of the access control system. The access control server computer serves as the central database and file manager for the access control system; and is responsible for recording system activity, and distributing information to and from the access control field panels.