Pedestrian entrance automation refers to the use of automated systems to control access for pedestrians entering or exiting a building, facility, or restricted area. These systems are designed to enhance security, improve traffic flow, and provide convenience for users.

  • Access control systems: These systems use electronic credentials (such as key cards, fobs, or biometric information) to grant or deny access to individuals.
  • Turnstiles and gates: These physical barriers can be automated to allow or restrict entry based on the access control system.
  • Intercom and video surveillance: These systems can be integrated with entrance control to enable communication and monitoring of individuals at entry points.

By automating pedestrian entrance control, organizations can improve security, reduce the risk of unauthorized access, and enhance the overall efficiency of pedestrian traffic management.