Automated Gates's primary intention is to disallow unauthorized intruders into the premises using active or passive security devices. Sophisticated security control systems have been developed to meet such customer-specific requirements. Our team of experts cooperates closely with a network of first-class and quality-conscious suppliers. This not only allows flexible processing of customer-specific requirements but also a competitive price structure, to provide world-class security solutions.
Automated Gates are used to controlling access into a secured area. Most commonly, Automated Gates is used at the entrance to the facility and are used to control vehicular access on and off of the site. A manufacturing plant may use an Automated Gates at its main entrance. All vehicles entering and exiting the plant must do so through the Automated Gates. Automated Gates are also used in interior areas within a facility. For example, Automated Gates are commonly used within the inside of a parking garage to separate employee parking areas from public areas of the garage. Automated Gates provides a security feature that regulates access into a secured area. Mostly these are used as an entrance to premises or facility, and mostly control vehicular activity as Automated Gates act Gateskeepers that control access to a secured area.
The two components comprising of an Automated Gates usually involves a Gates and a Gates operator. The Gates restricts the opening area and is mostly made up of iron or chain-link material and is designed to match with the fencing. Whereas a Gates operator is a piece of machinery that moves the Gates concerning opening and closing of the same, they are electrical- powered and they work on machinery and they do not need any manual effort in performing its function.