At SPL Security our access control systems provide the ability to control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles in, out and around your building or site.
Being able to determine who has access to your building is a huge boost to security, and access control systems allow for full regulation of entry permissions, both to the whole property and to individual rooms and areas.
SPL Security Systems supply, install and maintain a range of high quality access control systems to customers throughout the Gold Coast and Brisbane, providing a superior, safer alternative to traditional lock and key setups. With video and audio systems available, you can screen visitors to your building before providing secure access.
Customer service is at the heart of our business at SPL and we will take the time to help you find an access control system which is right for your needs and your budget. Whether it is your home or business, we understand that security is a priority, and we’re here to help ensure that you are fully protected.
There are many types of access control, ranging from a key operated door system or digital keypads, through to elaborate bio-metric identification systems and the associated hardware. At SPL we provide free, no-obligation site assessments on the Gold Coast, Tweed Heads and Brisbane and our skilled technicians will be able to recommend a security solution that suits your needs.
Our access controls can help you monitor and protect your home or business, not just providing you with full control over who gains access, but with a whole host of additional features to meet your needs.
Keeping your access control system in pristine working order is essential for ongoing security. SPL Security Systems are on hand to provide a full and thorough aftercare service for all access systems we install, whether one-off repairs, cleaning and battery replacement or regularly scheduled maintenance.
Come and visit us at our Ashmore showroom or call us for an obligation free quote on which access control system would be best for you.
An access control system validates an individual’s identity through credentials like a card, PIN or biometric data. Once the identity is validated against the pre-set permissions, the system will either grant or deny access. Access control systems don’t just limit accesss to physical areas; it can also protect digital assets like networks, files and data.
Despite their sophisticated technology, access control systems are designed to be user-friendly. From the initial set-up to daily operation, these systems typically have intuitive interfaces and clear instructions, making them easy to access. Users can manage access permissions, monitor activity and respond to security incidents with just a few clicks. Most systems also allow for changes to be made remotely, providing flexibility and convenience for managers and administrators. While access control systems are packed with advanced features and capabilities, you don’t need to be a tech expert to manage them effectively.
Access control systems are known for their scalability. These systems can be tailored to your specific needs, irrespective of the size or type of your facility. From small businesses with a single access point to large multi-site corporations, an access control system can cover areas of varying sizes. It’s not only about the number of doors either. The system can also regulate access to lifts, parking lots and any other areas you wish to secure.
The advantages of having an access control system in your facility are numerous, making it an invaluable addition to your security framework. Most importantly, access control systems provide enhanced security, giving you control over who can access your facility and when. This greatly enhances your security, keeping unauthorised individuals out while ensuring the right people have access when they need it. By preventing unauthorised access, it reduces the likelihood of theft, vandalism or other security incidents. Employees and visitors alike can feel safe knowing that access to the facility is carefully managed and monitored.
An access control system also allows for improved monitoring, offering valuable insights into the movement of people within your facility. This visibility can be instrumental for a variety of reasons, such as investigating security incidents, improving operational efficiency or ensuring regulatory compliance. These systems are also very convenient, replacing traditional keys—for a card or your fingerprint. Whether you want to boost security, gain better control or simply make life easier for everyone on site, an access control system is your solution to achieving all these and more.
Absolutely. Access control systems can often be integrated with a variety of other security systems, like CCTV surveillance, intruder alarms and fire detection systems. This interconnectivity can create a holistic, robust security infrastructure. For instance, if an access control system denies entry to an individual, this event can trigger the surveillance system to focus on this area, giving you a comprehensive view of what’s happening. Similarly, integration with a fire detection system can enable automatic unlocking of all doors during an emergency, allowing for quick evacuation.
Absolutely. These combined systems not only control who can access your facility but also keep a record of when they enter and exit. This data can then be used to track employees’ working hours, manage rosters, calculate overtime and even assist in processing payroll. With a time and attendance tracking feature, an access control system can offer enhanced visibility of your team’s movements, ensuring a more efficient and productive workplace.
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