Physical access control has always been a key component of a facility’s security strategy. In the past, this was achieved through mechanical means such as locks and keys. As technology has continuously evolved, new solutions have become available, offering more security and convenience. Building security has historically been focused on keeping unwanted people out. In most cases, internal building security was not even considered in the past. Nowadays, internal security is seen as equally important in protecting people, goods and confidential information. An effective access control system must allow freedom of movement to authorized personnel while barring entry to others. Also, it should meet owners’ requirements for economical cost of installation and flexibility in operation.
The size and type of the structure being secured helps us in selecting the appropriate product mix needed to secure a facility. When choosing an access control solution, it is important to know how the building will be used and how traffic will flow. The end user’s needs and requirements will have a direct impact on selecting the appropriate access control solution to secure a facility, whether it should be purely mechanical, mechanical and standalone electronic, virtual networked or wireless / hardwired. It is critical to determine, from the end user’s perspective, how people would flow through the facility and which areas these people should have access to and when. From mechanical keys to contact-less technologies and beyond, selecting the right platform can be a daunting task.
However, Haroon Company has developed expertise in implementing and installing innovative access control solutions to each client’s unique requirement, whether the client is looking to secure single door or multiple doors in buildings or in remote locations even if they are distant cities. Today, in alliance with world class access control system providers, Haroon Company is able to help its customers to find the perfect, cost effective combination for all their access control requirements by effectively integrating multiple platforms into an overall access control solution. Leveraging new technologies provides us a unique opportunity to assist he end users in customizing their access control system.
Off-line Access Control Solutions
Stand Alone locks or offline locks and devices, providing a full range of features without the need for expensive wiring. The stand-alone network uses a portable programming device which is used to transfer data from the locks to the software as well as to update the locks with user credentials and calendar information. Offline locks considered as an economical solution for customized access control without the cost and complexity of a networked system.
On-line Access Control Solutions
Total Integration, widespread application – We partner with leading access control systems manufacturers and integrate the latest technologies to protect an organization’s members and premises and help manage and streamline security responsibilities. Our integrated access control systems provide flexible, scalable and future-proof solutions for a wide range of applications such as Offices, Retail, Campus, Hospitality and Health care. Our customers can remotely administer and control access to multiple facilities, as well as activate a synchronized and centralized lock-down capability.
Wireless solutions have transformed electronic access control by reducing the deployment cost and thus increasing reach , enhancing security , convenience and efficiency. Access control technologies are no longer focused narrowly on protecting physical space. They are now capable of securing our physical safety, enhancing comfort and convenience , reducing energy consumption and delivering valuable usage and location data.The next generation wireless products equipped with near-field communication and Bluetooth technology , represent a quantum leap forward . This is a game-changing development because it extends monitoring and control capabilities to a far wider range of access points. When it comes to electronic access control , it starts by understanding the benefits , which include :