access control authorisations
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Do badges need access to buildings…or people?

Traditional access control systems assign access rights to identifiers such as badges, fingerprints or PIN codes. It seems sensible, but there’s a problem. It means the identifier has the authorisation to enter – rather than the person or vehicle that needs access.

Access control far more than just opening doors
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Why access control is about far more than just opening doors

Every company I talk to about access control acknowledges similar challenges. When a new employee joins the company, a complex process begins to ensure they have the authorisations, and equipment, they need to do their job.

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Would you secure your company's main entrance with a battery?

Battery locks have become a fixture in the world of access control. And that’s a good thing, but would you secure your company’s main entrance with a battery?

Facial recognition
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Introduction to facial recognition

With emerging markets and global advancements, the facial recognition market is predicted to expand. It's estimated to reach $6.5 Billion by the end of 2018With emerging markets and global advancements, the facial recognition market is predicted to expand. It's estimated to reach $6.5 Billion by the end of 2018

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