Access Control

Access Control determines who can go where and when, notifies you of who is in the building and their location. It can also provide valuable data to help an organization meet compliance requirements, and when integrated with video, identity management or visitor management, deliver a unified platform that is easy to operate, mitigates risk and automates processes. Instant lock-down capabilities let you change the level of security in the event of an emergency, putting control in the user’s hands.


Mobile Solutions

Mobile access solutions eliminate the expense and headache of supplying physical credentials and allow employees to use their own mobile devices to unlock doors. Frictionless setup simplifies the process and creates a seamless user experience. Setup does not require contact with the badging office, enforcing physical distancing. Providing touch-free, frictionless solutions in the workplace is easy, cost-effective and helpful in preventing the spread of COVID-19.


Insider threats range from the careless manager who emails sensitive data to his personal email address to the disgruntled employee who stole client lists and product development plans for a competitor. With such a range of threats, from accidental to malicious, understanding who is working for you is more critical than ever. Collecting the right data in a format that identifies anomalous behavior can prevent data theft, protect employees and preserve intellectual property.


Visitor Management

Understanding who is entering your building is more critical than ever. Manual visitor procedures do not provide the data organizations need to understand who is in their building, how long a person is inside and where they’ve gone. Using technology, mining visitor data is simple, and allows companies to better protect employees, assets and buildings, as well as automate all processes associated with a visitor. Enlist the help of employees to manage visitors, while procuring the data necessary to meet compliance. Improve your visitor’s experience while streamlining traffic flow.


Identity Management

Organizations deploy operational changes when forced to meet compliance, streamline processes to save money or mitigate risk. Organizations can no longer treat security as a separate part of the business. Companies must blend their business goals with their security goals to align synergies and streamline processes. Implementing the right technologies will automate manual cumbersome manual processes, meet strict audit and compliance requirements and reduce operating costs.


Video Management

Escalating violence means organizations need actionable information in real-time to protect employees, staff and customers. When decisions need to be made quickly, situational awareness can mean the difference between life and death. Powerful video management aids in crisis planning and emergency preparedness. Scalable, flexible video management should operate on any device for ease of use, providing video at the touch of a button.  



As the work day ebbs and flows, things happen. Light bulbs burn out, slip and falls occur and doors are propped open. Having a clear understanding of what is happening at your organization helps mitigate risk. Capturing the right data and establishing consistent workflows that align with company policies will help companies investigate and resolve incidents and improve the bottom line.  



& Control

Security operators are not as efficient when having to jump between systems when responding to an alarm. They need to streamline their response time with automated workflows via a single window to increase efficiencies and make decisions quickly. Disparate systems flow into one system to provide real-time intelligence and achieve optimal command and control.