Access Control

Our needs and expectations regarding the protection of people and property have changed dramatically over the years, and the Access Control system has become the heart of most security management applications.

Integrated Access Systems is a company whose core business focuses on the understanding, engineering, application, and support of Access Control systems. The advances in software development, data processing, and networks are present in the company’s Access Control software and hardware products, making them extremely powerful tools. Through systems integration features and the industry’s trend toward sharing software protocols, access control software applications offer the ability to integrate CCTV, digital recording, biometrics, elevator control, and many other technically rich detection and intrusion protection products.

Technical sophistication has little value unless it is easily used and managed. IAS employs the knowledge and understanding of Applications Engineering and Installation Department staff to provide their customers the physical security they expect. Utilizing on-site trainers and product documentation, IAS provides a complete understanding of the systems they provide so, as an end user, the customer has a functional and usable tool to control their facility’s security.

Integrated Access Systems is a licensed security integrator offering technical installation and system support services under the direction of factory certified managers. IAS’s technical staff has provided customers with large enterprise level systems as well as small single-panel systems. Its service department supports customers that range from college universities, to large corporations with national footprints, and local Dallas-Fort Worth customers. The company’s product offerings and management focus have been built to provide professional and technically sophisticated access control and CCTV surveillance systems to private, commercial, municipal, and institutional environments.

Combining the robust technologies of access control software with the broad array of detection and control devices is at the heart of the company’s abilities. Understanding a customer’s security needs and how to employ those technologies make the company unique, and it supports their ability to guarantee their customer’s satisfaction.

CCTV

 

Video Surveillance—CCTV

Technological advances in the security industry have never been more prevalent than in today’s CCTV industry. IP cameras and digital recorders only represent the beginning of a list of enhanced products that include video analytics, facial and license plate recognition, network video recording, and others. These features have been developed to help us manage huge amounts of video information by identify conditions that would be considered suspect or an alarm condition. It serves to turn a CCTV system from an event detection system to an event prevention system by warning us of loitering or pedestrian traffic through video detection zones. Video can be stored in a DVR, on a hard drive thousands of miles from the camera, or emailed automatically to a security director or CEO. Combined with an access control system , CCTV can be an even more power tool. That impressive array of features is even available in smaller camera systems including the option to remotely call-up your cameras on a standard internet browser.

Integrated Access Systems understands these technologies and how to apply them. Coupling the right video technology with the right environment is a must for proper and dependable video surveillance. The company’s technical staff has the product knowledge and experience to provide a CCTV system that offers valuable and usable information. The access control products offer by IAS work in harmony with video systems to provide a seamless single screen application that enhances the ease of use and functionality of both systems.

The feature sets available to the company’s CCTV users have never been richer or more robust that with the products it currently offers. Let an Integrated Access Systems representative share how you might take advantage of those products in your facility.