Access control is any mechanism or system that manages access through the authorization or revocation of rights to physical or logical assets within an organization.
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Access control systems provide authorized individuals safe and secure access in and out of various parts of your business while keeping unauthorized people out. They can range from electronic keypads that secure a single door to large networked systems for multiple buildings. Access Systems also greatly simplify management of your facility: no need to replace lost keys, hunt down old keys from terminated employees, or wonder who has access to which areas.
Fingerprint is a pattern made up of ridges and valleys on our fingertip skin. While storing the entry in database, scanner takes an image of these patterns and stores in its own memory. Then while performing search operation, it again takes pattern of fingerprint of that user who needs to gain access. This pattern is compared with all patterns previously stored in memory. In short it performs a task which is related to Digital image processing. It performs various iterations and executes matching algorithms and if it finds exact match then it gives out fingerprint ID number. Otherwise it gives out error signal.
This represents multiple parking technologies beyond revenue and access control, which typically applies to off-street parking facilities. Other systems represented by CPMS include meter revenue systems, parking guidance systems, systems that track occupancy and other systems that do not necessarily include access and revenue control.
A ticket validator electronically encodes validations either onto the original transient ticket or onto a separate magnetic stripe validation ticket. Encoding stations are a basic offering in PARCS. A magnetic stripe is a strip of magnetic media that is usually found on a credential such as a credit card or hotel key. A magnetic stripe can store a small amount of data.
This system allows the user to view system-generated activity, alarms and occupancy within a facility via the Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS).
Transgear lift control solutions offer seamless control and monitoring of access between elevator floors. Depending on how many floors need controlled, each lift must have a Lift Control Interface (LCI) unit, which is used in conjunction with the main CEM S9032 lift controller.