Turnstiles are one of the most common ways to control access to a space, to keep track of how many people enter a space, to provide security, to control crowds, and to prevent loss control. They can be easily integrated with access control and visitor management systems for complete security and control.
Improved Security – Turnstile systems offer an additional layer of physical security. proficiently detect and deter unauthorized entry. Access control allows authorized entry, while barriers prevent unwanted guests from getting through. Turnstiles can also be used to limit entry numbers, prevent ‘tailgating’, and to track and record attendance.
Full Integration – Turnstiles can be used as a stand-alone security measure, but for maximum effectiveness they are often integrated with other aspects of a building’s security system. Forceis install turnstiles which operate in conjunction with entry control systems and visitor management systems to record the identity, time and location of entrants. Turnstiles often been integrated with alarm systems and CCTV for complete building security. For example, when an employee or guest enters your building through the turnstile, the security camera starts working and takes a photo at the time of entry.
Operational Flexibility – There are different types of turnstiles, full-height, waist-height, and optical turnstiles. Each of these offers a wide range of options for credential readers, from barcodes and entry cards to biometrics, as well as a number of features, granting full operational flexibility to support your facility. Our professional consultation can help you to understand which options are right for you.