Sophisticated electronic entry
Keyless entry is an electronic-locking mechanism that prevents unauthorised entry to an area, and is most often used as a complete key replacement system.
Rather than use a traditional mechanical key, keyless entry (or electronic access control) ensures that only authorised users can access the building.
There are a number of forms keyless entry can take to gain access to a restricted area. Most commonly used are key-pads, card-readers or fobs. Other options include vehicle license-plate recognition, biometric scanning and mobile phone commands.
Users can be readily added or deleted from the system to modify access, without the need to engage a specialised locksmith.
Keyless systems can be programmed to limit user access, not only to nominated areas, but also predetermined days and times. Additionally, every access attempt is logged for review, ensuring user accountability.
Contact our team of security experts to find out how you can integrate keyless entry into your premises.