What is Access Control Systems
The term access control refers to the practice of restricting entrance to a property, a building, or a room to authorized persons. Physical access control can be achieved by a human (a guard, bouncer, or receptionist), through mechanical means such as locks and keys, or through technological means such as access control systems like the mantrap. Wi

A centralized clock system, using GPS/Wi-Fi technology to get the most accurate time across the faculty, to standardize and maintain a centralized time across all the clocks, displays and controlled devices in and around the premises. This is a process of synchronizing the timing system which is controlled using a “master clock” that is able to work with all the other clocks and devices connected to it. This is a term of “slave clocks” that can be integrated using both wired and wireless installations.

The system works with both.

  • Digital
  • Analog

With many dimensions and different styles, these clocks are ideal for use in large organizations which require a centralized timing across all their devices.

Typical Examples:
Health, Education and Factories
Public transport such as Airports, Metro Stations, Railway Stations etc.
Media with the likes of TV, Radio and Telecommunication Facilities.

Adax is able to install this business solution to organizations of any scale that require a standardized clock system in their premises with customized requirements and system integration as demanded by the client