Building security network controls most electronic and magnetic door releases
More Olympic security fears have been raised this week when it emerged 3,500 extra servicemen would be needed to help police the summer event, which begins in a couple of weeks. The Government said it was revealed only on Wednesday that contractor G4S did not have enough trained security staff. Defence Secretary Phillip Hammond said he had authorised the deployment of the 3,500 extra people, bringing the total number of military personnel contributing to Games security to 17,000.
From the control of a single internal door through to a fully PC-powered, multi-site network of building security control points, a Tensor Access System is the solution. You can control most standard types of internal and external electronic and magnetic door releases and devices. When a person attempts to pass through an access point, the T32xx access control unit compares an individual’s security profile with that of the access point. Security profiles are based upon the day, time of day, and the security threat level of the attempted access.