The access control industry enjoyed growth, albeit by a smaller margin than originally predicated, last year, and the growth trend is expected to grow in 2017, according to market research firm IHS Markit.
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More and more, access to both the physical doors as well as IT resources – those that reside on the network – is converged, resulting in what is called physical and logical access integration on a single credential.
As the complexity and power of access control devices increase to a level seen on IP cameras, their security becomes more important.
When implementing a RAIN RFID system, the selection of the components such as the tags and the encoding mechanism is an importance process. Tag choice often begins with the evaluation of the item to which the tag will be applied and the intended application or use case.
Various markets can benefit from RAIN RFID, one of them being retail, where end users use the technology to address issues such as limited inventory visibility, inventory overstocks and understocks, poor customer experiences and theft and shrink.
One of the key benefits of combining physical and logical access control becomes evident in simplified infrastructure management and better access to resources.
The access control industry has historically seen steady growth, but in the past few years alone, there has been a renewal of innovation and growth, according to IHS.
Increasing security concerns and advancements in technology have forced access control companies to come up with innovative solutions. One such measure has been the combination of physical and logical access control systems.