Biometric Access Control Systems

Biometric access control systems in Kenya have been used very effectively to control who accesses what offices and under what circumstance. Access control systems work just the way a doorbell intercom system works but with a fingerprint scanner. Without effective access systems, it will be difficult tracking human traffic in a premise. Unless you want to stick with the outdated system of writing down peoples names at the entrance. Technology has made easy to automate a lot of operations. Security and gatekeeping are just one of them. ORACO Kenya is an expert installer of biometric access control systems in Kenya.

There are very many technological advancements taking place in the world of biometric solutions. What with biometric door access control systems in Kenya? After the introduction of the IP access control systems, we have witnessed the introduction of devices with very advanced features. We know that today clients are not only looking for systems that are cost-effective but those that offer greater flexibility. Thus, the open standard platform that allows for ease of integration with other security solutions and scalability.

Biometric Access Control Systems in Kenya

Biometric access control systems Kenya have been there for a while now. It is just that technology absorption in Kenya has not been fast enough. They started with the card and pin access devices. Today, there are more intelligent system scanners that use fingerprints in addition to the card and pin authentication methods. So, if you are looking for the best access control installers in Kenya, then look no further. At ORACO Kenya, you can count on us to deliver the right access system for you.

Biometric Access Control Systems In Kenya

Door access control systems are dependable automation devices for companies. Their main purpose is to manage entrance to and exit from protected areas, that is, audit office, personnel record center, strong room, etc. Basically, by controlling who enters where and when the biometric solution has achieved its main purposes. Organizations would like to limit movement to particularly very sensitive areas and at the same time be able to query and get records of such authorized access.

A simple setup mainly consists of the power supply, magnetic locks, door closures, switches, and the door access control reader device. Also, the access control can sometimes be integrated with other security solutions such as the intruder alarm system or even a fire alarm system.

With IP based door access control systems, technology has simplified management of either single door access systems or multiple site access control systems. Each device is assigned a unique IP address and can be managed independently or as a group of devices. So instead of only installing one biometric system at the main door, organizations can choose to install based on the sensitivity of each office. Hence, you will find an organization with several door access control systems deployed all over to control access to rooms with confidential material.

Door Access Control Systems

Be that as it may, we would like to remain market leaders in the design and installation of the biometric access control systems. We constantly endeavor to retain our market position as the most reliable installer of telecom and security systems. And we attribute our great success and robust growth to our guiding principles of Innovation and Trust. Thus, we deliver on time service and the quality biometric solutions in Kenya.

When it comes to innovation, we always keep up with the latest trends in the industry. Hence, our clients will always stay ahead of the competition by integrating new technologies. We never compromise on usability. That is why in as much as we try to give our clients the latest biometric technology in the market, we usually propose ergonomically designed biometric devices with the intuitive user interface. A great user interface not only enhances usability but also improves client satisfaction.

Unlike in the past, the current biometric technology is faster, smarter and more versatile. This is an indicator the current integrates the best processor and the best motherboard there is. Even the LCD display is bigger with rich graphics. Thus, it is no longer a surprise that one single standalone biometric access control system has the ability to store over 3,000 user records. In addition to over 1,000,000 impressions of transactional records.

Nevertheless, networking door access control systems enable the system administrator to access real-time logs from each door controller. In fact, managing multiple door controllers in a networked environment reduces the need to move up and down downloading backup logs from individual terminals. You can save time by assigning each terminal an IP address through which all logs can be pulled to a central machine.

Types of door biometric systems

  • Fingerprint access control systems

This is a system that authenticates a person entering a building by the use of thumbprints. By far it is the most efficient and reliable door access control system. So you ask why biometric access control is better than a card or pin system. To start with, a human thumbprint is unique to that person and it is transferable. Once you have been registered in the system, there is no way you can use somebody else fingerprints to commit a crime. Secondly, there is no way you can leave your fingerprint at home. An access control system that relies on card authentication suffer the challenge of a card left at home.

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  • Card access systems

Card access control system can work as a time attendance system. So apart from using the card to access a  building, you can use it to identify yourself to security personnel. The only challenge with card access systems is that they are easily shareable. For example, an employee might give out his or her card to a colleague when they are late for work. The HR practitioners might not like this system since it can be used by unscrupulous employees to claim overtime payments.

  • Pin access systems

Lastly, we install pin access systems. These kinds of systems are among the first technologies to be adopted at workplaces. This device is reliable if employees are trained not to share their PINs. Secrecy is the weakest or strongest link whichever way you look at it. Nonetheless, it can still serve the purpose of the users are trained on the importance of protecting and keeping secret their access PINs.

Benefits of the fingerprint door access systems

Flexibility: the access control device can function as a biometric time attendance system. Additionally, it has multiple ways to authenticate users, that is, use of fingerprint, RFID card, PIN or password, and palm vein.

Scalability: the IP based architecture of the device makes expanding the system very simple. No wiring required for additional modules. The controllers can accommodate as much as 50 biometric access readers.

For companies with multiple branch offices, user enrolment only happens from one location. In other words, there is no need to duplicate enrolment on all the locations. Once a user has been captured into the system, he or she is free to log in from any location within the company branch network.

Reliability: there is a real-time transfer of logs from door controllers to the central server. In the event of internet downtime, the devices use auto push technology to keep the server updated whenever a reliable connection is detected. Apart from the Ethernet connection, device connectivity also happens through WiFi and through 3G/4G GSM network connectivity.

Integration with third-party hardware and software: open standard interconnectivity allows for ease of integration with third-party time attendance software and payroll software. Moreover, it is possible to integrate with third-party security hardware such as doorbell intercom system, fire detection system or intruder alarm system.

Simple setup: traditional biometric access control Kenya devices require a power supply to power up magnetic lock, exit switch and the reader device. However, the modern setup uses PoE for power. As long as there is PoE switch, there will be no need for complicated wiring and an extra power supply for the magnetic lock and the biometric reader.

Durability: these devices are IP65 certified security gadgets. Technically, they are resistant to dust and offer reliable service even in extreme weather conditions.

Why install a door access control systems Kenya

The main reason why institutions install building access control is to keep away unauthorized persons.  The restricted places can be private car parking areas, server rooms, stores, etc.  Places where private staff files are kept also require high security.

Banking institutions are a perfect example of where access control systems have been deployed successfully. Not very bank employee has the keys or the password combinations to the strong room locks. It is only a few senior staff of the bank authorized to access such places. And their cards or the authentication method has been programmed with such rights.

The modern access control devices can also be used as biometric time attendance systems. Door security systems monitor when employees report to work and when they leave the offices. This is especially essential if the employees work in shifts. The setup enables you to enjoy the double benefit from the installation. That is, you get time and attendance functionality as well as access control functions.

IP door access control systems sure do come with exciting benefits. That is system versatility, lower cost of installations, faster configurations, and management. Be that as it may, the IP technology has opened up door security solutions to greater capabilities. With all these expectations, ORACO Kenya offers you top quality biometric access control systems.

Biometric Door Access Control Systems

Legacy door access control systems happened to be proprietary. Those proprietary systems tended to limit clients to a single provider of hardware and software. The need to stick with one vendor made the system very rigid to expansion. The end result for lack of flexibility was the unusually high cost per door controller. On top of that, traditional access control systems were complex and required advanced training before commencing installations and configurations.

When it comes to authentication mechanisms, the new technology does not disappoint. They have the capability to do authentication by fingerprints and still use RFID cards. If you like, you can enable pin authentication through the keypad.

You can also configure the access control device to use a combination of the above authentication options. This will help you achieve higher security levels e.g. you can combine pin and fingerprint.

With biometric access control devices, you can use the fingerprints as the unique identifier. In a more advanced setup, you can scan the retina to authenticate users. Based on our extensive experience, we are ranked among the best biometric access control systems in Kenya. Now as we conclude, we advise our clients to automate their security systems. And to deploy only the tried and tested biometric devices.

Please contact us today by filling out the form below or call us. We would be thrilled to design for your door access control systems in Kenya that meet your needs. We also deal with high precision metal detectors.

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