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Access Control Systems

Easily manage access to your facilities and lock out threats with automated door security systems.

Commercial access control systems for northeast Ohio facilities.

Our door security systems make it easier to protect people, assets, and your bottom line.

We install access control technologies for clients in the Canton, New Philadelphia, and Wooster regions. Secure a single door or an entire campus with simple-to-use, innovative products. We’ll show you how to streamline your operations by connecting door access control systems with security cameras and other communications technologies. 

Security Consultation

We take time to learn about your facility, your budget, and your access control challenges.

System Installation

From small offices to large institutions, count on us for a professional and efficient installation process.

System Integration

Connect multiple technologies to create a unified commercial security system.

What is an access control system?

A physical access control system restricts and regulates entry to buildings, rooms, or other sensitive areas. When an individual approaches an access point, such as a door, they must provide their credentials for authentication – a key card, access badge, or biometric identification like fingerprints and facial recognition. The access control panel triggers the necessary actions to unlock a door, disable an alarm, or activate a turnstile. 

 

Safely monitor and restrict building entrances

Secure specific rooms within your facility

Integrate with IP surveillance cameras and video intercom

Provide an audit trail of access events

Maintain a welcoming environment for visitors and employees

Case Study

Partnering on New School Safety Technology

“Every day, parents place their trust in SCCAA to keep their kids safe. Over the last several years, Staley has guided us to new tools and technologies that allow us to do just that.”

Types of Access Control Systems

There are a variety of door access control systems available, each with unique features and capabilities.

Card-based Access Control Systems

Use radio frequency technology to identify and authenticate individuals. RFID tags or cards are attached to authorized users, and a reader is used to identify them and grant access.

Biometric Access Control Systems

Use biometric identifiers, such as fingerprints, iris scans, or facial recognition, to verify the identity of individuals. These systems are becoming increasingly popular due to their ability to provide highly secure authentication.

Keypad Access Control Systems

Use a combination of numbers or letters to grant access. They are typically used in residential or small commercial settings and are easy to install and use.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

Use radio frequency technology to identify and authenticate individuals. RFID tags or cards are attached to authorized users, and a reader is used to identify them and grant access.

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