Industrial facilities can sometimes span several acres and encompass dozens of access points that all require secured monitoring.
Schools provide an environment for people of all ages to learn. While at these facilities, security should be the last concern of students, teachers and administrators.
Retailers have unique access control needs as they try to secure buildings and the valuable items inside, often with nothing more than locks and keys.
In multi-tenant buildings, office management must secure public areas that are accessed by all tenants and individual-tenant units that are restricted to their employees.
Hospitals, doctor's offices and pharmacies are by nature fluid environments with employees and patients coming in and out throughout all hours of the day.
Biometrics adds a level of security, sophistication and convenience to currently standing structures or new homes and apartments that goes beyond the front door.
Securing a bank traditionally meant locking the main door and managing the money. Modern bank security involves authenticating employees, couriers, even customers.
Operating a successful restaurant means being ready for two types of visitors: your customers and your vendors. But not everyone accesses the same doors, during the same hours.
Remote sites and standalone facilities, such as an exterior cellular phone tower or water tower, usually are simple rooms or gated areas but with critical controls inside.
Data centers house expensive computer servers and equipment. But more important, they hold the intellectual property and functionality of millions of people, something you can't put a price tag on.
Government agencies are tasked with securing public records, sensitive data and critical infrastructure. This level of security requires consistent reliability and robust durability.
Designed to meet FIPS 201, HSPD-12 and TWIC/PIV requirements, e-DATA Biometrics is perfect for access points spread out across acres at seaports and airports.