Manage and control access across your premises with various systems.
Access Control systems are the best way of monitoring and dictating movement across premises and can be as simple or advanced as your requirements demand. Controlling and restricting access to premises is an essential security measure.
Network Security and Fire have vast experience in proposing, installing and maintaining access control systems for an extensive range of premises from commercial premises and larger office complexes, to large-scale public buildings, schools and university halls of residence.
Current Access Control systems like Paxton and TDSI are highly technology driven. Proximity, Mifare and smart card systems can be implemented to control access with greater operational efficiency. These systems can be stand-alone or PC-based systems offering greater protection and can even be integrated with other systems such as CCTV or intruder alarms. The type of system Network Security and Fire can offer depends on your requirements, what you want the system to do in respect of functionality and of course, budget. All of which are taken into consideration within the recommendations we offer and proposals we provide.Paxton Net2 Access Control
By combining Network Security and Fire’s experience and Urmet Dormus audio and video entry products we can supply, install and maintain an extensive range of audio and video entry systems from simple one to one systems through to sophisticated digital systems.Elekta Steel - Entry Panel
SmartIntego by Simons Voss is setting the standard in building security. The locking cylinder, SmartHandle, PIN code terminal, padlock and GatewayNode components can be seamlessly incorporated into existing building security systems. With auto-configuration, there is minimum disruption when the systems are integrated; and the radio frequencies it uses ensure a wide, interference-free range for the highest levels of performance and reliability.
After researching the product, Network Security and Fire recommended SmartIntego to their client The University of Portsmouth, for installation within the new student accommodation. SmartIntego was integrated with the university’s existing TDSI access control system which meant this was the perfect fit. It also presented reliability, value for money and fundamentally powerful integration capabilities.
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By increasing our understanding and knowledge of disabled people and their needs, Network Security and Fire are able to offer goods and services that ensure our client’s premises are fully compliant with The Equality Act, whilst allowing them to become more accessible to their disabled clients. Network Security and Fire has successfully installed compliant systems for numerous clients including the University of Portsmouth.
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