Presentation on theme: "Perimeter Access Control The Key To: 1. Total Physical Risk Reduction 2. Optimizing Security While Maximizing Throughput 3. Adding Operational Value."— Presentation transcript:
Perimeter Access Control The Key To: 1. Total Physical Risk Reduction 2. Optimizing Security While Maximizing Throughput 3. Adding Operational Value
Automatic Vehicle Identification Featuring
No longer is it acceptable to begin security at the walls of your building. Allowing free roaming access to anyone approaching your building or property is not only risky, its dangerous. The Need for Perimeter Security and Control
Entities that have recognized this need have implemented barriers and impediments to keep unauthorized individuals out. The Need for Perimeter Security and Control
But a secure perimeter means nothing without access for the right people at the right time---and that means gate and Identification Technology. ID Tech can take multiple forms from card readers and key pads…. to live guards stationed at the entrance. to live guards stationed at the entrance.
But live guards, while effective are costly. And card readers and key pads create Choke Points that compromise security--- and reduce efficiency.
But with long range Automatic Vehicle Identification from Nedap AVI you never have to stop and wait for the gate.
Eliminating choke points, accelerating throughput and heightening both security and efficiency
…guarding against vehicles becoming a Trojan Horse. So a stolen vehicle cant be used for access. And Nedap AVIs unique Dual ID capability, that can identify both the driver and the vehicle…