Access Control and Management System - What Is It?
ACS (access control and management system) is a set of technical means aimed at controlling the entrance and exit to the premises in order to ensure security and regulate visits to a particular facility. Using an identification system (card, key fob, fingerprints, universal code, etc.), the program individually calculates its work schedule, time of arrival and departure, time spent for breaks and lunch.
The main tasks of control systems are:
imposing entry restrictions;
admission to a certain circle of persons;
work day control;
payroll, when integrated with the accounting system.