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Card Access Control - Continental Access - Facility Management Product Release
CardAccess 3000 Version 2.5 from Continental Access is an enterprise-class access control and facilities management suite for integrated access, security, badging, CCTV & DVR/NVR control. A scalable solution from stand-alone entry level access control through networked systems, the system uses an integrated interface for use in any size facility and now features threat level management, visitor management and optional API module.
The threat management system enables security professionals to react more quickly to present or pending threats via multi-hierarchical threat levels. For example, security personnel can instantly deactivate access privileges by badge or by whole-badge holder groups, independently or batch control badge-holders depending on the assigned security threat level. Provisions for automatically controlling parking lot capacity, elevator capacity and maximum occupant capacity are also integral.
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