Access Control Tracking System (ACTS)

Parking management application.The convenience, reliability in identification and efficiency provided with long range RFID is more and more asked for in vehicle access control installations.

One driving force behind this installations is that the end user satisfaction makes a difference at the bottom line.

Now with the Access Control Tracking System (ACTS) a full-fledged management parking application is made available for the smaller installations. Single entrance exit or one in and one out.

Set-up is quick and minimalistic as the ACTS software is running on one of the TagMaster RFID readers. Configuration and controlling is done via a standard web browser over a TCP1 IP connection.

With ACTS you have access control for up to 10.000 users with individual calendars and with functionality such as anti-passback, reports etc etc.

ProtectionTech says

ProtectionTech.jpg"The LR-6 product line is one of the most dependable and maintenance free products that we use. We highly recommend its use for our customers. The product is simple to install and to integrate with other systems. It is user friendly and rock solid."

Mark Salum, Project Manager

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Grupo Danhos required a system for allowing their parking system to authorize entry and open the gate without the driver ever having to stop or open their window. This in order to provide the customer with a safe and convenient way to enter the garage. Automatización y Tráfico Alto S.A. de C.V., an experienced parking and security provider took the lead in this installation.

TagMaster AVI was successfully commissioned from Tagmaster North America to replace the proximity system at Reforma 222 in order to minimize queuing time for tenants; shorter queues mean fewer emissions and extremely pleased monthly parkers.

A combination of LR-3 pro RFID Readers and MarkTag Classic ID-tag was used and integrated with the Federal APD ScanNet System. The installation has been in operation since November 2010.


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