Intelligent Electronic Systems, Inc.

600 Bursca Drive, Suite 605
Bridgeville, PA 15017

Phone: 412.206.0400
Fax: 412.206.0404

Access Control

Controlling Access to sensitive areas of a business is critical to the safety of employees, safe guarding data, deterring theft, reducing liability issues, and law suits.

Access Cards and Readers

Access Control - Proximity Reader - Security System Integration in Pittsburgh, PA from Intelligent Electronic Systems, Inc.

Smart cards are any card with embedded circuitry. Data transmission occurs via direct contact with a reader or by holding a card or FOB in location of reader. Smart Cards can store information, have PC access, and can have storage of biometric templates. You can integrate Smart Cards into elevator control by only allowing people with the proper credentials to get off at certain floors.

Biometrics are fingerprint or retina identification. Biometrics are the newest and most secure of all access controls.

Proximity Cards and Reader (or keyless entry) are a more convenient “Contact-less” card or Fob. The Proximity Card only requires close proximity to reader for the transfer of data. “Combo” proximity cards integrate photo ID, proximity, magnetic stripe, and smart card technology into a single card.

Bar code access is retail driven; each individual product is given its own code imprinted on a card to be scanned.

Hybrid Smart Cards contain two smart chips: one that is “contact-less” and the other with a contact interface.

Optical Laser Cards transform CD-ROM technology into card form. Optical Laser Cards are capable of storing megabytes of information.

Visitor Management

Installing a Visitor Management System at your facility:

  • Improves security and your corporate image by creating a visible front line of defense
  • Screen visitors against historical directories and unwanted visitors
  • Provides a complete system for registering, verifying, and badging visitors
  • Centralized Management allows remote installation, configuration, and automatic updates of a system in multiple buildings
  • Networks multiple locations to display a single visitor data base