Integrated Access Control Solutions
Artelisys is a locally Authorized IDTeck integrator, dealer and distributor located in Hawaii. We can provide cost-effective, turnkey Integrated Card Access Control System (Design, Installations, service and Maintenance agreements).
Our Managed Access Control Solutions utilizing IDTeck Physical Security Hardware and Software can provide affordable Card Access Control, Elevator Control, Video Surveillance Integration, Visitor Management Control, in Room Monitoring, Security Guard Tour Systems, Personnel Tracking Systems, Vehicle Management Systems, and Perimeter Security Systems. These systems can also be used to enforce policies, limiting users to specifically authorized actions and data. Virtually any door can be retrofitted with a locking system specific to an end users requirements.
Access Control Hardware and Software
In Hawaii, we are the most respected name in the integrated access control industry. Artelisys offers access control utilizing IDTeck’s iMDC (iMDC-RIM), iEDC (UIM and UOM), iFDC, iTDC and iCON100 access control hardware providing solutions that require 1-door to 32-door solutions per hardware device that can support hundreds of doors spread across a city, state, or globally utilizing IP Communications.
- Enhanced Security up to 32 Doors per iMDC controller
- Advanced Security up to 8 Doors per iEDC Controller
- Professional Security up to 4 Doors per iFDC Controller
- Affordable 2 – 4 Door Access Control Solutions utilizing iTDC Controllers
- Free Access Control Management software up to 500 users, 10 Doors, and 20 readers
- Cost Effective 1 Door Access Control Solutions utilizing iCON100 or standalone controllers.
- Elevator Access Control
- Up to 384 floors
- 12 Floors per Controller, 32 controllers per Loop.
- Up to 384 floors
- Condominiums / Condos
- Apartment Buildings
- Small Business
- Financial Institutions
- Elevator Control
- Residential / Home
In physical security, the term: access control, defines a practice of restricting physical access to a property, a building, or a room to only authorized individuals. Physical access control can be achieved by any person (lawyer, receptionist, doctor, office worker, etc.), through mechanical means utilizing locks and keys; typically, the locking mechanism will be on an entry/exit door which utilized keys to unlock to gain entry to a specific area.
The problem with traditional physical access control utilizing mechanical locks and keys is a matter of who, where, and when; mechanical locks and keys do not restrict the key holder to entry at specific times or dates, or record the key used on any specific door. Additionally, keys can be easily duplicated and/or shared between individuals; the problem with sharing keys between individuals is that you cannot control unauthorized access in that form. Furthermore, when a mechanical key is lost or the key holder is no longer authorized to use the protected area, the locks must be re-keyed.
A physical electronic access control system determines who is allowed to enter or exit, where they are allowed to exit or enter, and when they are allowed to enter or exit. Also, a physical electronic access control systems eliminates the limitations of mechanical locks and keys through use of three types of authenticating information:
- Keypads using a pin code for access
- Proximity and/or Smart Access Cards
- Fingerprint, iris and/or facial biometrics