Gunnebo UK Ltd.

Gunnebo Entrance Control invite you to meet with us on Stand H.105 to find out how to TAKE CONTROL of your building’s security.

Every project is bespoke - designed to allow a smooth flow of people, maintain the necessary security levels incorporating proven access control technology compatible with card readers, keypads, facial recognition and biometric systems.

Gunnebo UK Ltd.
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T: +44 (0) 1825 761022

The Gate House
Michael's Way
Ashdown Business Park
TN22 2DU
Uckfield, East Sussex
United Kingdom

A Guide to Entrance Control for Offices
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A Guide to Entrance Control for Offices

Effective entrance security means managing access for employees and visitors whilst preventing entry to unauthorised individuals.  Security managers need to take into account factors such as the level of security required, expected flow rates and methods of identification.  And the reception area of an office creates that all important first impression so there is also the aesthetic aspect to consider.  Entrance gates should add to the overall look and feel of a site and create a welcome environment.  Gunnebo presents a guide for office security managers who want to regulate access for employees and visitors more effectively.  It covers nine key areas including security, flow rate, design and return-on-investment.

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A Guide to Entrance Control for Public Buildings
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A Guide to Entrance Control for Public Buildings

Effective entrance security for public access buildings isn’t as simple as it sounds.  Whether it’s a library or a museum, a transport hub or a town hall, there’s a wide range of risk factors to think about from theft, vandalism and civil unrest to terrorism.  Unlike office blocks and government facilities, public access buildings are open to almost anybody who has a valid reason to be there – often a staggeringly large and diverse group of people.  Both architects and security specialists have to think carefully about how to effectively manage the flow of people into and out of a public site.  This is not always easy.   Some entrance systems can be over complicated and even exclude some members of the public.  There is also the risk of unintentionally leaving gaps in security that invite unwanted and dangerous individuals onto the premises.

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