GANTNER covers all elements of electronic access control in its range of product solutions. Learn more about what’s behind these highly advanced systems and how they can provide protection for people, assets and security in your business with ease.
RFID/NFC Readers and more
These components are what users are facing when they try to enter a facility or area. NFC or RFID card readers and terminals are usually used for a smooth user experience. High security areas may include further verification systems like biometric scanners with fingerprint identification or number pads for security codes
Credentials: Electronic Access Control with Card, Keytag or App
ID-cards for staff or visitors usually incorporate RFID or NFC technology for easy access control. Depending on the system they can also be used for cashless payment in a facility. These days, apps on smartphones are increasingly used as an access credential since staff carry them at all times. Credentials store user data to verify individual access authorizations and enable managers to track unlock events at any time.
Access Control Management Software
Automatic verification for new staff added into the system, as well as a high level of control over who has access to sensitive areas, meets the need for security and fast processing that large companies or public facilities have. The software linked to the access control system also enables responsible parties to track entry of individuals, grant access rights to a large number of people in a short time or issue reusable data carriers.
Do you also want to use smart locker systems from GANTNER in your building? Via the management software, locker authorizations for individual persons or groups can be easily managed with the same credential they use to access your grounds.
What is the function of the door controller?
Controllers are the components in the system that manage all the electric wires connected to electronic door locks. The signal from the reader asking for access is sent to the software via the controller. The software sends back the signal to open a specific door lock, if the individual has the required permissions.
Electronic Readers and Terminals for Door Locks
Simple locks are part of the physical access control system. They prevent entry by locking a door or gate. Electronic locks, however, are connected to the RFID/NFC reader and open when the reader recognizes a verified user via management software. Additionally, a PIN code or biometric verification can be used.
With our software, we can define your security measures according to your needs. Are there scenarios where certain door locks must be opened for everyone? For example, in the event of a fire or any other emergency. Or are there rooms that must always be locked, such as server rooms?
Even in case of a short-term power failure, we guarantee doors can still be unlocked as well as locked. What ever your individual requirments are.
GANTNER’s electronic locks can be installed in any third-party door or gate. For areas with high fluctuation, it is also possible to use physical locks such as turnstiles, which can be equipped with a card reader or terminal from GANTNER.
Update Physical Access Control with GANTNER Hard- & Software
Per definition physical deterrents are not a part of an access control system. Gates, doors and turnstiles have to be considered, though, when thinking about access control management. Depending on different factors it can be either of these entry ways that are most suited to the task. Turnstiles facilitate a smooth flow of many visitors, whereas doors are a sturdy deterrent and the usual choice for offices or laboratories. Gates may be used at carparks or factory entrances to give space for vehicles.
The GANTNER RFID access control system can be installed in any type of physical access control, providing maximum convenience and security. We are happy to assist you finding the best solution for your needs.