Access Control in Washington, DC
Washington D.C. can be one of the most dangerous places in the United States when it comes to burglaries and robberies alike. Most business owners ultimately feel helpless at safely securing their company building from criminals attempting to take advantage of them. This is why an access control system can be of so much value to them. This encompasses a broad spectrum of business security that makes essentially any building more safe and secure. You are able to control whether someone has access to just one room at a facility or an entire campus. You can also allow someone to have different levels of security clearance by using a badge or a code that is set for that specific location or user.
At CIA, these systems rely on a wide range of different credentials such as key fobs, codes, badges, biometric scanners, and intercom systems. This type of crime intervention alarm also offers gate access control. This is offered for parking garages, lots and other types of entrances. The gate access systems are designed to be operated without the need for an attendant and can be operated by keypads, telephones or badges. This makes it very easy to keep up with who is coming and going inside your building at all times without the need of actually being there at all.
You can use access control in a variety of different ways including exterior and interior uses. You would find uses inside such as being able to lock all doors and only allow access to people who have a certain code or badge. Another great example is your ability to track employees throughout the building. This means that you would essentially be able to see where anyone and everyone is at any one time. You would also be able to secure hallways with interior gates and limit access to specific areas of the building based on a time schedule or the clearance of a specific person.
Exterior uses could come in handy by being able to track access to areas by using RFID. You will also be able to record access to gates with the use of integrated security cameras. Vehicles can also be limited access to the facility by certain schedules and clearances. This cuts down on hourly wages spent on employing an attendant that has to take over all of this work.
CIA has had 20 years of experience in the security industry and is more than equipped to be able to handle any security situation, including all that have been listed here. Aiming to be one of the leaders in the business by implementing fingerprint scanners and face recognition scanners, we will always ensure to have the safety of the your staff and faculty as our number one priority. This means that you will never feel like just a “number” when working with us and can feel assured that we’ve done our very best to eliminate any anxiety that you may be keeping over the security of your business.