Access Control Systems

Stemar supply and install access control solutions for homes, businesses and residential complexes that include:

    • Palm and Facial recognition systems
    • Biometric readers
    • Tag & Card proximity readers
    • Access keypads
    • Vehicle tag readers
    • Manual & Automated Booms 
    • Turnstiles

Residential Complex Security, Surveillance and Access Control

We establish collaborative partnerships with developers, residential complexes and managing agents enabling us to deliver all-encompassing turnkey solutions aimed at ensuring the utmost safety and security of both residents and property.

Central to our services is the meticulous management and control of access tailored to the specific requirements of each site. Our comprehensive offerings may comprise a variety of technologies such as automated booms, driveway gate automation, biometric,  proximity and vehicle tag readers for residents’ access and egress, turnstiles for pedestrians, intercom systems facilitating communication between residents, security personnel and visitors, surveillance cameras to monitor and record entry and exit activities, and optionally, parking areas and other vulnerable zones. Additionally, we prioritise the protection of perimeter boundary walls by implementing electric fencing consisting of one or more zones aiding in a rapid response to the relevant area of intrusion.

The Objective of Access Control Systems

Safeguarding People and Premises

The fundamental objective of access control systems revolves around safeguarding both individuals and property by preventing unauthorised entry into restricted areas. These systems are meticulously designed to ensure that only authorised personnel can access specific locations, contributing to enhanced security and peace of mind.

 

The Three Pillars of Access Control

Access control systems encompass three essential components, each playing a pivotal role in achieving the overarching goal of secure access:

  1. Identification:

At the heart of access control systems lies the ability to monitor and manage the movement of individuals entering properties or buildings. This is achieved through meticulous identification procedures. The system is finely tuned to acquire and ascertain the identity of any person attempting to gain access to a secure area. This initial step serves as the foundation for the subsequent stages of access control.

  1. Authentication:

Once an individual is identified by the access control system, the next critical phase is authentication. This process verifies the authenticity of the individual’s identity. By confirming that the person seeking entry is indeed who they claim to be, the system ensures that only authorised individuals are granted access to the property, building, or designated area. Authentication forms a vital barrier against unauthorised intrusion.

  1. Authorisation:

Having successfully navigated the identification and authentication phases, an authorised individual is then granted access, thanks to the authorisation component of the system. This phase depends on predetermined criteria and permissions. The access control system assesses the authenticated individual against specified criteria to determine the areas they are allowed to enter. This selective access ensures that only those with proper authorisation can enter secure or restricted zones.

By integrating technology and human processes, access control systems not only fortify the protection of individuals and valuable assets but also streamline the movement of authorised personnel.

In an age where security is paramount, access control systems stand as sentinels, warding off potential threats while facilitating smooth and secure access for those with legitimate rights. As the nexus of technology and safety, access control systems serve as a cornerstone of modern security practices, exemplifying the commitment to safeguarding people, premises, and peace of mind.

Access Control Systems

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