Pedestrian Entrance Access Control

Pedestrian entrance access control

Pedestrian entrance control systems are designed and programmed to identify, distinguish, and grant swift access to users having essential accredited permissions. Pedestrian entrance control systems monitor and regulate physical access to personnel and individuals while helping in optimizing and managing the flow of pedestrians to ensure safety and security.

To ensure security, various organizations and industries have started adopting and installing pedestrian entrance control systems (especially entrance gates, full-height turnstiles, speed gates, tripod turnstile, and others).

It has further enhanced end users’ experience, as pedestrian entrance control systems are comparatively more efficient, faster in processing, and offer multiple options to unlock doors and remote accessibility. Attributed to these features, pedestrian entrance control systems are now widely adopted across all major industries.

Typical applications of pedestrian entrance access control

  • Airports
  • Banking & finance
  • Transportation systems
  • Education
  • Government Buildings
  • Hospitals & healthcare
  • Industry
  • Stadiums
  • Others