In a modern world, access control is critical to business security. Roden Security provides access control in the form of card readers, key fobs and biometric scanners such as fingerprint and retina recognition. Roden Security can also set up facial recognition.
Our solutions are affordable and effective. They are tailored to your needs and can be suitable for businesses of all sizes.
We also offer state of the art number plate recognition technology enabling access gates to identify permitted number plates and allow access.
Access control allows you to take control of where and when staff can access your business. This is increasingly important in the mobile workforce where staff tend to work outside of the traditional 9-5 hours.
How about automating your reception through an IPad? This can be done through our access control intercom systems, once again, streamlining the access to and from your business.
Our systems are advanced and can identify individuals and allow access and egress to a pre-defined area by simply scanning an access card. The card reader then analyses the data stored on the card and determines whether the user has authorised entry based on access level, date and/or time. This information is stored and recorded for future reference or reports.
Individual access is monitored, employees protected and full activity reports provided through this type of system. Occupational Health and Safety Issues and Performance can also be managed.
Roden Security also service existing access control solutions. Need new cards supplied or added to your system? We can manage your system or fix any issues you may be having with your current access system.
Installation and Integration
Can your staff gain entry to your business after-hours and would you even know if they did?
Today, an increasingly mobile workforce means that staff is more likely to need access to a business outside the traditional operating hours of 9am to 5pm. Take control of where and when staff can access your business.
Being similar in size to a credit card an access card, also known as a proximity card, can identify individuals and allow access and egress to a pre-defined area by simply scanning the access card in front of the proximity card reader. The proximity card reader then analyses the data stored in the access cards and determines whether the user has authorised entry based on access level, date and/or time. The reader then stores the information and records the activity for future reference or reports.
This type of system can monitor individuals’ access, protect employees and provide full activity reports.
As well as providing security, access card reports can also assist with Occupational Health and Safety issues and Performance Management.
Access control software is password protected and allows administrator access to particular programs, network sand drives.