Integration of LPR, RFID and video-sensing technologies for the automatic management of access to the car park of a communal building. Residents have a proximity RFID card at the doors fitted with readers, while other users access via the entrance gate using a different RFID system. Each card enables one or more access points.
Vehicles are allowed to enter by licence plate recognition and go down the ramp to the lower gate, which is opened by means of a video sensor. The same system is used to exit this gate and open the street gate. The access control logic is installed in an external cabinet as it is not wired to the inside of the building and the updating of the access profiles is done by means of an application that uploads the data to a pendrive which, when connected to the external control PC, automatically captures the new database and updates the system.
Small-scale private access control project by integrating multiple technologies managed by KINEO ACCESS CONTROL.