ACS software

Special features:
An access control system software is a computer-based application used to manage and control access to physical spaces, networks, or data. The system uses software and hardware components such as card readers, biometric scanners, or cameras to identify and verify the identity of an individual seeking access to a secured area.
Access control system software works by setting and enforcing rules that determine who is authorized to access a particular area, and under what conditions. The software typically includes a database that stores user credentials and access privileges, and a user interface that allows system administrators to manage access control policies.