Siemens Building Technologies

Flexible, customisable and highly secure

SiPass integrated is built to meet access control requirements that range from non-critical to critical and from quite simple to very complex.

Designed for organizations of all sizes with operations on one or more sites, it is ideal both for existing facilities and for newly constructed buildings.

The total number of cardholders and doors in a SiPass integrated system is virtually limitless. System management can be handled by many different operators with varying levels of authority.

SiPass integrated can be used to manage access to anything from a single low-rise office or residential building with just a few doors to massive high-rise complexes with tens of thousands of doors, gates, barriers and elevators at multiple sites around the globe.

In cases where an organization has outgrown its current access control system, a new SiPass integrated system can usually incorporate previously installed readers (Siemens or third-party), as well as existing cards and cardholder data. There is noneed to take a loss on previous security investments – everything is simply migrated to the new system.

It is also possible to use SiPass integrated as a security management station (SMS) that integrates access control, intruder detection and video surveillance into a single system.

Particularly useful in environments where information is highly sensitive with concerns about espionage.

Standardized interfaces enable easy integration with existing security processes and business systems. A wide variety of software extensions can be used to customize the system to meet any organization’s specific needs.

SiPass integrated also offers an Advanced Security Programming (ASP) feature that enables system operators to create customized, site-specific activity programs and download them to the controller(s) with ease. ASP activities can be controlled and executed using time schedules. Virtual components (flags,timers, counters) can be incorporated into activities as triggers and effects.