ACCESS CONTROL

Acetech Security have been working with the leading names in Access Control for over 20 years, these include Paxton, PAC, Honeywell, TDSI, BPT, ievo, Videx, AI Phone and Comelit.

Commercial services

ACCESS CONTROL SOLUTIONS

Biometric Fingerprint Reader - Access ControlWe can provide a whole host of technologies which include Biometrics, Fob, SmartCard, Keypad and Proximity for keyless entry and Intercoms.

Systems can be single door standalone through to multi building complex systems that can include 1000’s of doors and people linked to easy to use reporting systems that can include features such as Time and Attendance, Fire Roll Call and Sustainability Studies.

Additionally we can provide biometric turnstile access systems for a range of applications. We specialise in the installation of these systems for construction sites, visit our turnstiles page for more information.

ACCESS CONTROL PARTNER

ievo design and manufacture leading biometric solutions to the access control and time and attendance markets.

Specialising in unrivalled internal and external fingerprint readers, they combine reliability, quality and innovation across their product range, to provide the perfect biometric security solution as individual as you are.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is access control?

A: Access control is a method and technique of security, commonly used in a business workplace environment. Access control can identify people and regulate access to certain places or systems.

Q: What are the different types of access control?

A: Discretionary Access Control (DAC), Mandatory Access Control (MAC), & Role-Based Access Control (RBAC).

Q: What is Discretionary Access Control (DAC)?

A: DAC is a system which can hold the business owner responsible for allowing people access to specific locations. These locations can be either physical or digital.

Q: What is Mandatory Access Control (MAC)?

A: MAC is more commonly used within organisations which focus specifically on securing their confidential information and classification of data. For example, military facilities and institutions.

Q: What is Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)?

A: With RBAC systems, access is usually assigned by system administrators only to assign access to specific job titles.

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Commercial services

REMOTE CCTV

Remote alarm monitoring systems are extremely effective in detecting and responding to threats at clients premises 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Our remotely managed systems are far more cost effective than manned guards and also vastly out perform traditional methods. Any unauthorised access will trigger the system to send live video to our central control room for our operators to analyse within seconds.

Our highly trained operators will then interact directly with the site via 2 way audio, sound audible alarms, liase with the police and emergency services if required and contact key-holders if needed. Full reporting of incidents is sent directly to the client via email.

REMOTE CCTV PARTNER

"Ava is a global technology company with offices in the UK, Norway, and the USA. They exist because they believe that they can create a better, smarter way to deliver security.

They inject intelligence into their approach to security and all solutions. They help organisations see, understand, and act on their surroundings to protect their people, business, and reputation in real-time.

They founded Ava Cyber in 2016 and Ava Video in 2018 and the two companies merged in 2020 to become a unified security provider with extensive capital investment from Ubon Partners."

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does remote CCTV monitoring work?

A: Your CCTV system will detect any unusual activity such as an intruder or fire. Remote CCTV monitoring from Acetech ensures that your CCTV feed is always being watched in real time.

This allows a more reactive approach to threats like an intruder or fire. Our highly trained operators will then interact directly with the site either by 2-way audio, sound audible alarms, or liaise directly with the Emergency Services if required and contact keyholders if needed.

Q: What is remote CCTV monitoring useful for?

A: Large commercial applications where effectively monitoring all cameras 24 / 7 is not feasible.

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Years in the Business

We have the experience to ensure an end product of the highest standard.

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Customer Satisfaction

We settle for nothing less here at Acetech. Get in touch with us to see how we can help you.

In-House Experts

We have a team of dedicated specialists with expertise in all different aspects of security.

Our Owner

Alex has more than 25 years of electronic security experience in a variety of fields including Installation Engineer, Line Manager, and National & International Account Project Management.

Alex has communicated with customers on all levels, in all environments. From residential to retail and commercial, construction and governmental.

He is an avid believer in looking after clients to the best of his ability, to ensure high-levels of customer loyalty.  

This includes the requirement to ensure his staff are trained to the highest possible standards. Due to his ‘hands on approach’, it is likely that you will regularly see him in his work clothes helping engineers out.

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Acetech Security Ltd

Acetech Security Ltd supply, install, service and monitor CCTV, IP CCTV, Remote CCTV, Intruder Alarms including DualCom and Redcare, Access Control and Door Access Systems, Fire Systems, Wireless Fire Systems and Biometric Time and Attendance Systems to a wide range of clients across the UK.

Contact Acetech

Acetech Security has been established for over 20 years and has grown from humble beginnings to one of the most respected and dynamic security companies in the country, we are based in Colchester, Essex and facilitate the whole of the UK with security systems.

9 Dedham Vale Business Centre, Manningtree Road, Dedham, Colchester, Essex CO7 6BL

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