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Proximity, key or combination lock access with secondary overlock and full control with a ‘real’ audit ‘record’.

‘Genous’ provides controlled authorised access and retains secure encrypted evidence of who did what, when and where, ‘Genous’ can interface with electric or key release mechanisms, fi tted to almost any application, including doors, cabinets, drawer stiles, key and asset containers, interfacing with almost any key manufacturer. ‘Genous’ can be used in a stand-alone application, simple to upgrade to a full building, or multiple-building network management system.

‘Genous’ provides for 10,000 users and 10,000 events stored at each location. Networking enables a continual backup facility. Data is encrypted and stored locally to maintain functionality even in the event of power or network failure.

Genous’ offers full audit trail accountability, including unauthorised attempts. The software enables a comprehensive analytical ‘filtering-down’ capability, with reporting facilities.

Media

The choice of a transponder fob, card, or the chip embedded discreetly into the key bow. Each chip has its own unique identity. This identity is allocated to an end user, who is then responsible for its use and to make sure of no misuse. We call this allocation ‘Personal Authority Signature’ (PAS). Each PAS device can use one of four function settings for each user at each location, these include:

Standard

Patrol

Duress

Control

General application

Guarding

Individual under threat

Fast lock-down, i.e. scene of crime

Proximity

‘Genous’ provides the solution for non-contact proximity access requirements. The transponder fi tted within a card, fob or Genous key head can drive, or operate any switchable device ranging from an electric strike, to a motorised locking device.


Mechatronics

For the higher levels of security, the ultimate benefi t of electronic chip technology added to the known protection requirement of a mechanical locking device, to provide the benefi ts of both physical and surreptitious protection.

Mechatronic Management System