Centralized management & easy scalability
Banks tend to have a distributed infrastructure - often branches are located in different time zones. The Sigur architecture allows all branches to be linked into a single system, regardless of their geographic location, and advanced integration capabilities allow adding data from other security systems to it.
As a result, this makes it possible to make the ACS a security control center at all facilities of a bank and reduce the costs associated with monitoring security and administering systems, as well as manage the system from one center - for example, the head office of a bank.
Sigur was also designed in such a way as to provide maximum flexibility: you can always easily connect additional access points to the system, providing access control to new bank branches or expand the system's capabilities - choosing from a variety of features only those that are really necessary.
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Any identification method is supported in Sigur. You can choose the most suitable one or combine several depending on the specifics of the facility and the required level of security.
For example, at the entrance lobbies to the administrative premises of the bank for employees, you can use face recognition as the most convenient method that does not require any additional actions from a person (just look at the camera), and for internal premises, you can use a combination of various methods for greater rigor when aisle.
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Access control & responsibility
As a rule, banks have premises where not all employees are allowed access. In some premises (for example, a storage or archive), it is advisable to make access only to certain employees and under certain conditions: for example, only accompanied by a responsible person or with his permission.
Operator rights management
For each of the many branches, you can configure access rights to the desired system functions, including the logic of passage to various premises of the building, and various analytical tools built into the system, for example, time tracking.
Sigur allows you to manage visitors through its own interface without using third-party software. At the same time, you can easily automate the full cycle of work with guest passes.
This includes the possibility of submitting applications for passes, their coordination, for example, with the security service of the center, direct issuance of guest cards with a given logic of access and travel route, as well as automation of the collection of passes using a card reader. In case of high traffic, you can also connect special self-check-in terminals to the system - this will simplify the procedures for obtaining a pass for a guest, ultimately increasing the convenience of his stay in the center.
Efficient part of infrastructure
Sigur has ready-made integrations with dozens of popular video surveillance systems, IP cameras and security alarm systems. This makes it possible to combine all the elements of security in a single program interface of the ACS for more convenient monitoring of the situation and prompt response to the occurrence of events requiring intervention.
You can also configure various automatic reactions of one of the systems to events in the other, for example, turning the camera when passing or blocking access points when a security sensor is triggered.
Thanks to its interoperability with various ERP and corporate systems, Sigur can become a full-fledged part of the company's infrastructure. You can set up the synchronization of employees for any database, excluding double maintenance on the ACS side or transfer information about employee passes to third-party systems for subsequent analytics.
For this, the system already has ready-made tools for interacting with the Active Directory service, LDAP servers or any database with which the system server communicates using the standard ODBC protocol.Learn more