Access Control System Standards
Access control systems can be defined as any system that controls and/or monitors access to an area. For example, a one door system that allows a door to be electronically locked/unlocked by pushing a button. More complex systems monitor, track and control a number of doors/ gates from various facilities over the internet but also allow for each area to be accessed by individual users with biometric hand recognition readers.
Use the links below to navigate to:
- Other National access control system standards (alphabetical by country)
United States of America
- DASMA 303 (2006) Performance criteria for accessible communications entry systems