Simply said, “access control” refers to any method of restricting or allowing entry into or out of space. A basic type of “access control system” could be a standard lock with a brass key.
Access control systems have evolved throughout time to become increasingly sophisticated. The term “access control system” is now most commonly used to describe a computer-based, electronic card access control system. Instead of a brass key, the electronic card access control system employs a specific “access card” to grant entrance to the guarded area.
When the word “access control system” is used in this publication, it refers to an electronic card access control system.
The most typical application of access control systems is to regulate access to a building’s exterior entrances. The purpose of an access control system is to give those who are permitted quick and easy access while restricting access to those who aren’t. With modern door access security systems that use biometric sensors instead of a conventional lock and key, the necessity for security has grown over time. The rising awareness and necessity to protect important resources from unwanted access and theft has resulted in rapid development. A working door access system can range from simple identity cards to multi-factor authentication and biometric iris scanners. They all essentially do the same thing: they allow you to detect and identify the person who is requesting access to certain resources.
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