More and more, AI is being applied to security as well, for example access control to airports or other critical infrastructure areas, as the ties between them get stronger.
Besides security, visitor management can also be used for business enablement purposes, thanks to an increasing amount of data that is fed into it.
Today, access control systems that are networked and integrated with other solutions not only help protect physical and virtual assets but also improve operational efficiency.
Today's visitor management systems come with more cutting-edge features and integration capabilities. This way the end user organization not only keeps premises safe and secure but also offers an enhanced guest experience, in the process increasing its brand awareness and value.
With access control increasingly migrating towards IP, it will be an integral part of the Internet of Things. That said, access control systems must be designed to suit the overall IoT trend, helping users achieve better security and more streamlined operations.
In essence, an autonomous vehicle comes with a variety of sensors that are also found in the security world. Together, they serve as the “eyes” and “ears” of the automobile to avoid obstacles, prevent accidents, and inform the driver of the state of the vehicle.
For users of office building turnstiles, security is the primary element they look for. But the ability of the turnstiles to process people in a given amount of time, plus how they blend into the general look-and-feel of the building, also matters.
Key to visitor entry control to any office building is the lobby area turnstile, which separates outsiders from authorized users who can gain further access into the building.
In terms of technology, the access control industry has seen a variety of new technologies happening around the door over the past eight years.
Access control has long been a vital portion of physical security and can be divided into three categories, namely password-based access control, card-based access control, and biometrics-based access control, according to the system's input, transmission, and control methods. The functions and char...