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Every year, thousands of businesses are hit with incidents of trespass, theft, vandalism, and violent or disruptive conduct.

Effective security surveillance means more than simply buying a camera, mounting it, and turning it on. The right system for your premises should be precision-designed and configured to optimize such factors as

  • Light and Contrast: is your camera's lens sensitive enough to register all activity even in low illumination? Are images washed out because variations in lighting are too extreme?
  • Clarity: does your system furnish clear, crisp images of every movement in its range?
  • Height and Angle: is your equipment mounted to provide comprehensive coverage of its area at the widest possible angle?
  • Distance: is your camera mounted closely enough to the target area to provide recognizable scale for subjects being viewed?
  • Temperature, Moisture, and Vibration Resistance: is your unit deployed in the environment it was made for? Does it continue to function effectively through external changes such as extremes in weather, impact shock, and other disturbances?
  • Connection: does your equipment interact with your other business systems? Is surveillance integrated with your business's other information and communication capabilities to provide automated incident notification, remote viewing and retrieval, and other time-sensitive capabilities?

Price Alone is not Value

With thousands of security surveillance products on the market, the right system for your business, organization, or home, at the right price for your budget, comes from consultation with certified video security professionals. It isn't always about spending money. The system that works best for your business may be as simple as a four-camera black and white configuration, with indoor-outdoor capability and integration with a PC-based software program, for $2,500 or less. Or it may be as complex and advanced as a multiple-unit color configuration with real-time digital monitoring, infrared sensing, image enhancing with anti-tampering watermarks, protection against environmental disruption, and other features.

   

ACCESS DNSI: Security Systems Targeted to Your Needs

At Access DNSI, we don't simply sell and install cameras. We carefully review your requirements to ensure that you are spending exactly as much as you need, for the capabilities you require and not a penny more. Our staff of CCTV-certified technicians, with a working knowledge of all leading brands of surveillance equipment and 30 years of combined video security experience, will make an exhaustive survey of your entire premises, as we did recently with selected schools in the Shelby County, Tennessee School System, to ensure optimal placement of each unit. We also factor in related dependability and performance issues, such as recommending UPS units for critical equipment. And when we deploy the equipment, we will do it even if thousands of employees and customers are accessing your premises while we work, as we did when we provided surveillance equipment for every Northwest Airlines gate at Memphis International Airport.

   

The “ACCESS Advantage” Controlled Access Systems

The most important element of a security program is the accountability of the company's personnel, assets and information. This can be achieved with the use of access control systems which provide a wide variety of unique features to further control, manage, or report on usage. Access control systems provide a secure way to regulate admittance to everything from a single secure area to an entire building or complex of buildings using access cards, smart cards or biometric recognition. These systems not only control access but log access information such as the date, time and locations accessed by employees or guests. Access DNSI provides a professionally designed and installed solution to fit any requirements.

One of the most popular card technologies today is Proximity. This provides the cardholder the ability to present his or her card to the reader from between 2" to 8" away for normal read range to access the desired location. There are readers that provide longer ranges if required. Smart card technology is evolving and is normally used in conjunction with other systems like debit card, meal plan, and other applications. Now affordable, Biometrics is being used in high security applications when positive identification is critical for access to a given area. Access DNSI provides all these technologies and more including Proximity, Biometrics, Smartcard, Magstripe, Vehicle Clickers, Keypads and Active Tags. Call Access DNSI Today for a Security Solution For all customers, Access DNSI is able to recommend, plan, and install the best system for your needs, at a price that fits your budget.

There are three major elements in the access control industry that controls entry or exit to a specified area: Physical, Mechanical and Electronic. Physical security involves the use of some form of barrier such as a door, gate, person, stanchion or even a big rock. Mechanical access utilizes a door lock, emergency crash bar, gate operator, parking gate arm, turnstiles or a revolving door. Electronic access control includes an Electrified Door Lock Control; Card Access Control; Biometric Access Control; Programmable Logic Controllers; Controlled Elevators and a Smart Card Access Control. Electronic Access Control can simply be described as “Controlling who goes where and when”.

The Who:, or each person, would be issued some form of technology to identify a specific individual such as a PIN Number, an Access Card or Biometric Identification. The individual would present or insert their card, PIN, or biometric identification to a specified reader to identify him or herself. The reader would transmit the identification number to the electronics requesting entry or exit.

The Where: Readers are strategically placed throughout a facility to control access to a given area. These devices can be installed on doors, gates, or any other portal. With the use of electronics, only those individuals authorized to gain entry to a specified area will be granted access.

The When: Once the identification has been validated by the electronics, additional logic can provide the ability to further restrict access based on a time or date parameter. For example: an Individual should only be in a specified area between the hours of 0700hrs to 1700hrs, Monday through Friday. If the individual attempts entry before or after these time and week parameters, they would be denied access. One of the most popular card technologies today is Proximity. This provides the cardholder the ability to present his card to the reader between 2" to 8" for normal read range to access the desired location. There are readers that provide longer ranges if required. Smart card technology is evolving and is normally used in conjunction with other systems like debit card, meal plan, and other applications. Now affordable, Biometrics is being used in high security applications when positive identification is critical for access to a given area. Access DNSI provides all these technologies and more including Proximity, Biometrics, Smartcard, Magstripe, Vehicle Clickers, Keypads and Active Tags.

   

Call ACCESS DNSI today for a Security Solution tailored to your needs that fits your budget

You don't have to be a major airline or large corporation to benefit from Access DNSI's professional security solutions. For all customers, from corner convenience stores to multi-site corporate projects, Access DNSI is able to recommend, plan, and install the best system for your needs, at a price that fits your business's budget. Call (866) 399-7568 to learn how Access DNSI security solutions can start protecting your premises today.

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