State-of-the-art entry systems have superseded traditional lock and key methods and have improved workplace security for businesses across the UK and Europe. By using our range of keyless entry systems, you can manage who can access certain buildings, areas, and rooms within your premises.
How to choose the best entry system?
Not all entry solutions are the same and finding the system for your business is important. SNAP Access & Security specialise in installing a range of access control systems to suit an array of specifications. Find out more in the catalogue below:
Intercom systems enable two-way communication between your premises and a visitor outside. The intercom allows the visitor to explain themselves, and you can decide whether to grant them access to the building. SNAP Access & Security specialise in the following intercom solutions:
FOB ENTRY SYSTEMS
A key fob is a security hardware device that authenticates and grants access to restricted areas. Fob access control systems have evolved from traditional locking methods. If a user loses their fob and creates a risk to the business, it is easy to freeze an individual key rather than changing the entire door lock. SNAP Access & Security install a range of Paxton key fobs:
Where can I use fob entry systems?
Key fobs can be installed and used at any entry or exit point to a building or site – door, gate, or barrier.
Adopt biometric technology into your entry systems to heighten security. Facial recognition software restricts access to unauthorised personnel and maintains contactless hygiene levels within your business. Find out more about the benefits of facial recognition access control below:
Fingerprint recognition is another leading form of biometric security, making it extremely secure. The unique characteristics of each fingerprint eliminate the threats of trespassing and unauthorised access. The stresses of keys and passwords are also removed. Here are some more benefits of a fingerprint entry system:
Where can I use fingerprint entry systems?
Fingerprint entry systems can be installed on any door or building. The software can also be used for time and attendance as a clocking-in system.