Gated communities continue to grow and diversify, especially outside major metropolitan areas where owning a home is more affordable. Flexible remote work policies that allow more people to work from home are accelerating this trend toward suburban living.
Our equipment has Weigand, Serial, and USB ports to transmit a credential to an access controller. A terminal application is needed for configuration changes and to access the log file internally.
With hands-free access residents and homeowners don’t need to stop, take their hands off the wheel, or make physical contact with any devices. This reduces traffic, increases security, and enables better management practices.
Our goal in this article is to empower HOAs to be able to have intelligent conversations with their access control installers – specialists in gates, access control software, card readers, CCTV, etc.
Schools, universities, and student housing facilities all utilize Barcode Automation as part of their parking control. Our low cost but highly reliable system lets facilities managers automate their controlled parking areas.
Barcode and Radio Frequency Identification are two closely related, but very different technologies. Many websites today promote and advocate RFID without acknowledging a few key factors we know are important to our customers.
Positioning a BAi Reader is very easy. This article will answer the three most important questions — which side of the vehicle will it be mounted? How far in front of the gate / barrier arm is it placed? How far off to the side of the lane is it installed?