Secure People, Places and Things with Access Control Systems
With an access control system, you can secure people, places and things using a credential. Almost all access control systems today are IP-based, offering a unified management and administration experience through mobile apps and flexible architecture.
Kenton Brothers is a trusted source for the most common types security access control systems, including:
- Card credential access control with many different types and varying levels of security
- Key fob access control (Near Field Communication) using a fob or a smart phone app
- Biometric access control which uses a human body part, such as a finger print or an eyeball
An Access Control System in Action
Kenton Brothers specified S2 Security’s Netbox IP access control for Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Kansas City’s oldest medical college. Located in the Historic Northeast Community, this private university contacted our access control experts after having trouble with transients walking into buildings, disrupting classes, and creating an unsafe learning environment.
S2’s Netbox access control system integrated seamlessly with the university’s existing video surveillance system. Plus, it allows for endless expansion as funds became available to install access control in other buildings. KCUMB’s beautiful urban campus is now safe and free of interruptions thanks to its building access system, which provides peace of mind to students and faculty.
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