Access management system consists of two main elements: mounted turnstiles and access control system. Turnstiles blocks free passage and can only be opened with data readers and software assistance the passages can be opened. Software identifies a person and decides to let him pass or not according to the rights specified. Access system does not create any jams, because typically turnstiles permit access to 30 people per minute or even 60 ppm. In case of emergency, turnstile arms go down or the locking mechanism turns off to permit free passage.
Access management software implements data readers, turnstiles and gates. There are few options of software – nPass access management software, nCheck access controller or to-klubams-ir-restoranams/”>nPoint accounting and management system. nCheck software is usually used with TicketEx ticket distribution system. nCheck purpose – regulate turnstiles or other passage control devices at event that use distributor tickets as access keys.
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Praėjimo kontrolės sistemos įranga:
- Software may permit access only on certain hours.
- It can only permit access to specific people.
- Less human resource costs.
- Ensures full security.
nCheck software for access management:
nCheck software is designed for access management system. It has a possibility to create events, categorize tickets according to sectors, groups and events. Provides option to import barcodes for an event from*.CSV format (if there is no integration with ticket distributors) to make for easier access control.
Administrator’s module allows you to create, modify and manage events.
The second nCheck module is called “Check Point”. In this module data readers are activated to assign a specific and active event. For example, there is a concert happening in the evening, the software specifies which readers will be able to read access data for that concert. Auxiliary check point functionality lets you verify barcodes which grants access to the event as well as monitor all barcode scans in real-time.