Each MEI CyberGuard Gate System is engineered to withstand all of the harshest weather conditions, rugged terrain and careless drivers. The intricate credentialing / communication interface is packed within a hardened component array built to take a beating.
One clear advantage of the MEI CyberCorp Gate System over physical guard services is that it will not call off duty unexpectedly, thus leaving the site vulnerable to unauthorized entry or worse, intentional sabotage.
Another advantage is (like all CyberCorp products) the ability of the CyberGuard Gate System to think on its feet. Not only does it record in customized (your parameters) detail, every transaction of access and departure, the system can also act as an excellent ambassador of collaboration for all stakeholders including municipal first responders (your choice) through actionable communications data transmissions that are useful and timely.
How the process works.
As a visitor, vendor, and/or subcontractor stops at an access gate, the MEI CyberGuard Gate System operator is alerted by video camera and voice communications. Utilizing video and two way voice communications from an off-site location, the MEI CyberGuard Gate System operator activates a pre-established protocol designed by us based on your standard operating procedures and guidelines. The operator then interacts with the visitor, vendor, and/or subcontractor to determine whether access may be granted.
Site access for company employees or other designated personnel requesting access to the site is gained via a key pad or valid access card. Every activity is monitored and recorded by an MEI CyberGuard Gate System operator at our off-site central station.