Access control is the ability to control any door in your facility with a card or keyfob. Access control can control door entry for any person, for any time period, on any day. Authorized entry is tracked and stored for automatic reporting. Eliminate keys to your doors and remove access rights instantly when someone is terminated.
Sonitrol Managed access control is the Cadillac of access control systems. We provide several benefits other companies can’t.
No software to buy, no annual licenses to renew
No server to install or maintain – Cloud based system
No programming – Sonitrol manages your cards and schedules for you
Global lockdown options for active shooters
Real-time reporting for user activity and muster reports
Mobile options for credentials for momentary lock/unlock
We can help you acquire total control of your facility
At the forefront of our access solutions is Sonitrol Managed Access, which gives you complete control over the access rights of employees, visitors, and contractors in your place of business. Access cards are used to grant access to restricted areas, and flexibility is maintained through multiple levels of access clearance.
With Sonitrol Managed Access, we manage and monitor your system 24 hours a day from our Central Station. We also keep a database of card holders and create entry and exit reports. Should you so desire, you can see time, attendance, and scheduling reports, deactivate a specific user’s access card, or assign different access credentials, program scheduled locks and unlocks of specific doors, and perform other management tasks through our secure web portal, MySonitrol.com. Through this portal, you can also contact our Central Station operators 24/7.
Sonitrol simplifies security
Our access control solutions fully integrate with our patented audio detection solutions for the highest level of security. When a card is used to enter a door, the system disarms the alarm automatically. The system can also re-arm after a cardholder exits. This type of solution is extremely resilient against user-tripped false alarms.