Automatic access control system solution

- Jul 27, 2019-

First, practical stability

The function of the access control system should meet the actual needs and cannot be flashy. If one-sided pursuit of the system's advanced nature, it will inevitably lead to excessive investment, too far from the actual needs. Since the access control system is a system of uninterrupted long-term work and is closely related to our normal life and work, the stability of the system is particularly important.

Second, security

All equipment and accessories in the access control system should comply with internationally relevant safety standards while operating safely and reliably, and can work effectively in non-ideal environments. Powerful real-time monitoring and linkage alarms ensure the safety of the user environment.

Third, scalability

The technology of the access control system is constantly evolving. It can flexibly increase or decrease or update each subsystem to meet the needs of different periods, maintain a long-term leading position, and become a model of intelligent architecture. The system software is upgraded and improved according to the needs of the developer in accordance with the market in different historical periods, and software upgrades are performed for the corresponding application customers.

Fourth, easy to maintain

The configuration of the front-end equipment fully considers the system reliability. When we achieve the lowest system failure rate, we also ensure that the data is conveniently saved and quickly restored even if problems occur due to unexpected reasons. The channel can be opened quickly in an emergency. The maintenance of the entire system is online and will not stop the normal operation of all equipment due to the maintenance of some equipment.

Fifth, advanced

Under the premise of ensuring the practicability and convenience of the stability, the access control products should have certain advanced nature to ensure that they will not be eliminated in the next few years, and can meet the requirements and requirements in the use of access control.