Access Control

Choose who can enter your building. Using an access control system means that keys can’t be copied, which stops one security problem right away. Losing keys can be a problem because you will need to change locks and make new keys, which takes a lot of time and money.

Access Control

Access Control Systems

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Our commercial door access control systems are specifically tailored to meet the unique requirements of various industries. Choose the most suitable option from a diverse range of choices, including mandatory access control, discretionary access control, role-based access control, and rule-based access control. Those systems can be integrated with automatic door openers and automatic sliding doors as well. 

Access Control Installation

In simple terms, it is all about making sure that the right people can get into the right places and do the right things. It’s a way of keeping track of who is allowed to enter a building, use a computer system, or access certain information. For example, you might need a special key or a code to get into your office building, and you might need a password to log into your work computer. These are all examples of access control technologies, and they help keep things safe and secure. 

What is Access Control?

Access control involves managing entry to your property or data. It guarantees the authenticity of users and their entitlement to access your facility and digital information.

Physical Control Solutions: Our expertise lies in physical access control, focusing on enhancing property security. By adopting our systems, you can rest assured that your property is safeguarded effectively. Modern solutions like fob systems and cloud-based technologies have become more affordable and efficient. We offer quick installations of the latest cloud nodes, door controllers, and request-to-exit devices.

Types of Access Control Systems We Can Install for You:

Physical: This type regulates entry to specific locations. It involves intelligent electronic methods like cards, fobs, or mobile devices to gain access to physical door openings.

Logical: Our access control solutions extend to digital resources such as networks, files, and computers, ensuring authorized access.

Integration and Personalization: Our Electronic Security Systems team specializes in personalized systems. These systems can seamlessly integrate with video and alarm systems for comprehensive security coverage.

Hygiene and Security: In addition to security, we recognize the importance of hygiene. Our systems play a role in preventing the spread of germs within facilities, contributing to a safer environment.

Which system is right for you?

Access control systems are a great solution to manage who can enter a building and when. It’s safe, flexible, and saves you money. Sometimes doors are left open, which lets people in who should not be there. Using Access Control, the doors lock automatically, solving this problem. You can easily block someone from entering by stopping their token instead of changing all the locks.


Mandatory (MAC)

The epitome of security in access control systems.
Access permission is exclusive to system administrators.
Designed for use in government departments and military forces.

Discretionary (DAC)

System administrators determine both the quantity and identity of access control.
Illustrative instances include swipe card access control systems and key fob entry, enabling only individuals with the respective card or key fob to gain entry.
It is suitable for implementation in private businesses and residential zones.

Role-Based (RBAC)

Role-based access principles are employed.
For instance, exclusive access to confidential tiers within a bank is granted solely to higher-ranking personnel.
This approach proves efficient and seamlessly aligns with organizational structures.

Rule-Based (RB-RBAC)

Access regulations are established under the guidance of system administrators.
For instance, visitors can be allowed entry during designated time slots, even if they aren’t affiliated with the organization.
This system is adaptable and can be implemented across various businesses.

Single Door to Enterprise Solutions
Integration with security camera systems
Credentials: Cards, Fobs and Mobile Phones
Multi-Technology Card Readers

Biometric and Keypad Devices
Intelligent Locking Hardware
Elevator Controls
Remote and On-site Technical Support

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Depending on the door hardware and reader technology, an access control system usually costs between $1,000 and $2,000 per door. A more expensive option would be an electrified door handle or a magnetic lock with multi-technology readers. A less expensive option would be an electric door strike and a proximity reader.

Daily operations and system management are very simple after an access control system has been installed and configured. The end user can see and manage everything related to access control systems. Moreover, you can manage and utilize your access control system from almost anywhere.

Any large area can be secured with an enterprise-class access control system, depending on the system design. For instance, MGI’s system can protect up to 100,000 doors, which can be located throughout the world or gathered in one enormous area. Laser perimeters or infrared beams are sophisticated sensors that can be used to protect thousands of acres together. Securing any size installation, from one door to thousands, depends on selecting the right solution for each application.

The main component needed for an access control system, depending on the design requirements, is the credentials used to open elevator floor or a door. Credentials might be physical (cards, wristbands, or key fobs), biometric (facial, palm, or fingerprint recognition), or virtual (electronic tokens for smartwatches or smartphones). Specialty readers like keypads or long-range vehicle scanners, built-in CCTV cameras, elevator control, tele-entry systems, and many more are examples of other accessories.

Yes. Today’s access control system can be accessed via a browser, mobile device, or desktop PC.

All! Access control will protect and control access to any property, from preschools to universities, local police stations to military installations, mom-and-pop shops to multinational corporations, single-family homes to 100-story flats and condos.

Mobile phones can be used with some access control systems to regulate access by using Bluetooth or NFC, and these systems function similarly to other access control solutions by limiting access to certain areas.

The cardholder’s report of the lost card being stolen is very important. The card can then be declared unusable by having access revoked in the central database after this has occurred. Additionally, since the card was misplaced, the access control system will be able to determine if and where an effort has been made to get entry.

It is true that certain systems allow the creation of temporary permits with restrictions attached, allowing access to only particular places, and expires after a set period of time or on a set date. With such systems, you have the freedom to create temporary access as required.

Yes, cards are frequently personalized with the user’s photo to serve as an ID badge. Moreover, visitors can be given numbered badges to make sure they are noticeable and have the right access for the right period of time.

Contact Us: Ready to take the step towards advanced security? Contact us at 1-844-228-4012  to explore how our Access Control Systems can elevate your facility’s security posture.