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Access Control Singapore:

Smart Entry & Door Access System


Attendance software integration, Face recognition, Fingerprint, biometric detection and License plate recognition for vehicles.


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Access Control System (ACS) Around Us

What is Access Control System (ACS)?

Access control establishes the identity of users through the verification of a range of login credentials, such as usernames and passwords, PINs, biometric scans, and security tokens. Additionally, numerous access control systems incorporate multifactor authentication (MFA), a technique that necessitates the use of multiple authentication methods to confirm a user's identity.


What is special of our ACS ? 

Our Access Control System (ACS) stands out with advanced technology, seamless integration, and strong customization. It offers robust security, reliability, and cost-effectiveness, making it a top choice for clients. Exceptional customer support and client success stories showcase its value.

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Our Certifications

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You have a Traditional Door Lock, So Why Should You Use Access Control Systems ?

Door locks monitors who enter your property around the clock, ensuring full security coverage.

With IoT, Access Control Systems goes a step further with integrating security into it, our acs has a strong emphasis on customization, scalability, and user-friendly interfaces. Ensuring everyone in your property is able to use it. The robust security features, high reliability, and cost-effectiveness make it a dependable choice for safeguarding valuable assets.

What are you still waiting for? Contact us now. 


Why should you install Door Access  systems?

Door access systems save you time and money by eliminating manual entry and attendance taking, improving efficiency and saving on manpower cost. 

Detect changes occurring across your facilities and oversee clocking data with different types of identification.  

You can get more out of your building property—more comfort and more security. Our products let you monitor activity on your doors while keeping unauthorised individuals out completely. 


Compared to traditional mechanical locks, smart locks eliminate the need for a physical key and have the capability to be programmed for providing entry permissions to authorized personnel during designated periods. Furthermore, certain smart locks have functionalities including automatic locking, remote lock control, and the option to grant temporary access to visitors. 


Unsure of what to install? Let our friendly consultants advise you with our catalogue of door access systems.

Protect, engage and automate your door access today. 

What Can You Expect From Our Smart Door Locks? 

The Electromagnetic (EM) Locks provided further enhance your entry security by creating a strong electrical lock so strong that it can only be unlocked with your mode of entry access identification. 

You can choose which type of for your digital door lock:  

  • Face recognition 

  • Fingerprint 

  • Biometric scanning 

  • Palm scanning 

  • Video recognition 

  • QR Code 

  • RFID card 

  • Pin password 

  • Keypad
    Confused? Dont hesitate to contact us for help ! 

Over $100 Million

Project Value


Satisfied Clients


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Over 25 Years

of Industry Experience

What are the different types of door Access Control Systems?

Access Control System can detect and record who has gone through the door 

  • Card Access Control Systems

  • Biometric Access Control Systems

  • Keypad Access Control Systems

  • Proximity Access Control Systems

  • Smartphone-based Access Control Systems

  • Intercom Access Control Systems

  • Token Access Control Systems

  • Wireless Access Control Systems

  • Web-based Access Control Systems

  • Cloud-based Access Control Systems

  • Time-based Access Control Systems

  • Standalone Access Control Systems

Unsure of what features to include? 

We understand there are many options available, and that can be confusing.

Full-Height Turnstiles: Ultimate Security and Control

Full height turnstiles are designed to provide maximum security and control access in various environments. Their robust construction allows them to withstand heavy use and harsh conditions. Additionally, they provide the highest level of security by preventing unauthorised access. With our customisable turnstiles, you will be able to find different designs and finishes to suit your specific needs and integrate it with RFID, biometric scanners or other access control systems.


It applications are endless; from commercial buildings and industrial facilities to stadiums, arenas, transportation hubs and even government buildings.


Ready to enhance your facility’s security with full-height turnstiles? Contact us today for more information or a quote.


"Awesome company with great experienced workers. They know what to do. Trust me. They are good!"

"Job is done great as it's much brighter than before, even before their previous lighting was spoiled."

"Job is done great as it's much brighter than before, even before their previous lighting was spoiled."

"Job is done great as it's much brighter than before, even before the previous lighting was spoiled."

"Thank you for the prompt response in scheduling for the faults. Much appreciated!"

"Staff is responsible and friendly. They are able to answer and propose solutions which met my requirements."

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Does your property need a customised Access Control System?

Keep an eye 24/7 on your assets. Call us for your FREE quote

Different Functions of our Access Control System 

  • Time-Based Access

  • Visitor Management

  • Biometric Verification

  • Multifactor Authentication (MFA)

  • Lockdown and Emergency Response

  • Anti-passback

  • Access History Tracking

  • User Management

  • Access Levels


Retail application 

Different levels of access can be allocated to selected users. For example, level one users are allowed unrestricted access, 24/7 to all areas; Level 2 users have access to only some areas, at a specific time; Level 3 users are not able to access any areas except a certain day.  

Access Control System -  Healthcare Application

  • Patient Data Protection

  • Medication and Pharmacy Security

  • Restricted Areas

  • Staff Access Control

  • Patient Detection

    • if the patient has been checked on and alert the staff


Prevent Intruders in real time.

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Step 1

Project Consultation

Our expert team of project consultants will customise a CCTV security plan with a free site survey to understand your layout configuration and requirements.. With a project budget and timeline that suits your needs, we strive to meet your goals and exceed expectations.

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Step 2


Upon confirmation of your requirements and specifications, we will propose a quotation containing the details of your tailored solution, such as product and service cost breakdowns, installation dates, etc.

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Step 3

Installation, Testing, &Commissioning

Known for our fast installation speed, our skilled technicians will provide cabling works, termination, installation, testing, commissioning, system configuration, and user training, etc.

Your dedicated project manager will keep you updated throughout the entire project lifecycle.

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Step 4

Maintenance &
After-Sales Support

Unlike contractors who disappear after installations or whenever problems arise, we assure you that we will be here for you.

Our customer service is just a phone call or email away. We will rectify any technical issues and questions that you may face.

Our Project Lifecycle keeps your Goals in mind with just 5 simple but effective steps

  • How Much Does it Cost to Install CCTV Cameras in Singapore?
    Costs for CCTV installation in Singapore might vary as several factors determine the final price. They are as follows. The Number of Cameras CCTV Camera Resolution CCTV Camera Type CCTV Camera Design CCTV Video Recorder Type Generally, the cost for a home installation ranges from $500 for the most basic arrangements to $2,500 for more intricate and complete systems. CCTV contractors in Singapore often include installation service charges and warranty fees in these prices. However, keep in mind that the more features a CCTV system has, the higher the final offering. Furthermore, the pricing for business and workplace CCTV camera systems can vary greatly from that of a home installation. It is important to determine your specific requirements to properly tailor the CCTV system to your available budget.
  • Can I Install CCTV Outside My House in Singapore?
    You cannot install CCTVs in Singapore if they face someone else’s property or a public place without a permit from the relevant authorities. You should also never install cameras that are directed towards government property. Therefore, depending on your type of residence, there are several authorities from whom you should seek approval to install CCTV cameras outside your house in Singapore. HDB Unit If you live in an HDB unit, you should obtain special authorisation from your town council or HDB before installing CCTV cameras outside your home. This is mainly owing to town council by-laws governing the common areas of HDB flats. Condominium The installation of CCTV cameras outside condos is regulated by Management Corporation Strata Title (MCST) rules and your estate by-laws. Landed Property As you own the land, you can install CCTV cameras on your landed property without seeking permission from the government. However, the cameras should not be placed in a way that violates the privacy of your neighbour.
  • How to Apply for CCTV Installation in HDB?
    As a resident of an HDB unit, you must complete the following steps to receive town council approval to install CCTVs in Singapore. 1. First, lodge a police report detailing the misdeeds of your neighbours or other individuals against whom you wish to deploy CCTV cameras. This step is crucial as the town council will only grant your request if it is supported by a police report. 2. After you file the complaint, send an email to the town council of your HDB state requesting permission to install a CCTV camera, along with a copy of the police report. The approval process could take up to two weeks, and the outcome will be communicated via email. 3. Once you receive the authorisation, you can proceed with purchasing and installing CCTV cameras. Keep in mind that the camera must not face your neighbour’s door or window, and this CCTV installation is only valid for six months. Once the request has expired, you must resubmit it or remove the cameras.
  • Is CCTV with Audio Legal in Singapore?
    It is illegal to install voice-recording CCTVs in Singapore without the permission of relevant authorities. This is mainly owing to the fact that recording conversations without the consent of the parties involved is prohibited. When it comes to business, if you install CCTV cameras with audio recordings on your premises, you must notify the public. You have to clearly express to the customers that they are under both video and audio surveillance. Even on private property, a permit is required to install a voice-recording CCTV system. While installing CCTV cameras for your personal safety is crucial, you must also ensure that you do not infringe on the privacy of others.
  • What are the Regulations for CCTV in Singapore?
    When it comes to CCTV installation in Singapore, there are several rules and regulations that you must follow as a citizen. You do not need permission to install CCTV cameras inside your home, office, store or shop as long as the cameras face inward. However, if you intend to install them outside of your home or business, you must first obtain the required authorisation or permit. Furthermore, when installing CCTV camera solutions in your business or workplace to monitor employees, you should notify the staff using visible stickers. Failure to inform your employees and customers about the cameras on your premises may result in a violation of the law. There are also several private spaces, such as washrooms and changing rooms, where installing cameras is prohibited.
  • Strong Partnerships
    We collaborate closely with leading main contractors and Alarm System Integrators to ensure a seamless and integrated IT hardware and software set-up. We're able to troubleshoot any potential issues that you may face, with fast resolution speed and turnaround time.
  • 1 Working Day Response
    Our team will respond to you immediately if you call us @ 6459 0780, or WhatsApp us @ 8913 4151 We will definitely respond within 1 day if you reach out to us via email ( or via the contact form.
  • Active Project Management
    1. All products and equipment are installed, tested, and commissioned by our team of professional technicians. 2. A dedicated project manager is assigned to oversee the entire project, provide timely updates, and will be your single point of contact whenever you need updates. 3. We will complete your project on time and within your budget for your peace of mind.
  • Dedicated Procurement Team
    Every project has its own unique requirements. This is why our procurement team go the extra mile to source for products that best suit your needs, at the best price for you!
  • Rigorous Testing
    Our systems are tested, tweaked (if necessary), and retested to ensure that everything is in the right place.
  • 2-Year Warranty (Instead of 1-Year)
    Compared to our competitors with 1-year warranty, we're not afraid to extend a 2-year warranty because of our high quality products. All products are carefully reviewed before we bring them on board to ensure reliable and optimal performance.
  • Product Recommendation & Demonstration
    Products and brands are recommended to fit different specifications and budgets. We also provide product demonstrations and tests for customers prior to installation.
  • Expert Customisation
    Our solutions are fully customised and designed according to the technical specifications of the project.
  • What Type of Surveillance Is CCTV Used in?
    CCTV is a tool used in overt surveillance, which is a technique that employs visible and identifiable technical devices for surveillance. When it comes to information collection methods, it is often classified under electronic or biometric surveillance methods. CCTV surveillance systems are extensively used in a variety of applications. They are as follows: Maintain perimeter security in medium-to-high-security zones and installations. Observing the conduct of inmates in prison and potentially dangerous patients in medical facilities. Traffic surveillance. Monitoring potentially hazardous locations for humans, such as highly radioactive or toxic industrial sites. Building and grounds security. Creating a visual record of operations in settings where security or access restrictions are required, such as banks and airports. Keeping an eye on high-crime neighbourhoods or communities.
  • How Does a CCTV Surveillance System Work?
    While each CCTV surveillance system is unique and depends on the components installed, the general approach is the same. The system, comprising cameras, displays, and video management software, can be scaled up and down in size based on the area being monitored. Initially, the camera takes photos of the monitoring area in a continuous sequence. Next, depending on the system type, they are transmitted via cable or wireless to the recorder and, ultimately, to the display monitor. This final stage enables individuals monitoring the CCTVs to observe the image sequence as video footage. Some cameras can even zoom in and out of the frame depending on the lens and focal length utilised in the system. In CCTV surveillance systems, there are two types of cameras: wired cameras and wireless cameras. While a basic camera is less expensive, one with advanced features such as thermal imaging, number plate recognition, and night vision can cost more.
  • What is a CCTV Surveillance System?
    A CCTV surveillance system consists of three main components: a camera, a monitor, and video management software. CCTV cameras, also known as closed-circuit television cameras, are utilised for security monitoring and surveillance at a variety of facilities. They transmit video footage over a single channel, thereby forming an effective closed circuit. This means that video footage captured by a CCTV surveillance system can only be broadcast on a limited number of displays. The system employs point-to-point (P2P), point-to-multipoint (P2MP), wired or wireless connectivity. Its surveillance coverage is determined by the number of cameras in operation and the size of the area being monitored. There are two types of CCTV surveillance systems: network video recorders (NVR) and digital video recorders (DVR). DVR systems have grown in popularity among consumers due to their cost-effectiveness. NVR systems, on the other hand, are a better option when it comes to compatibility and integration with IP cameras.
  • Is CCTV a Surveillance System?
    CCTV and Surveillance systems both consist of cameras that use advanced technology. CCTV cameras transmit a signal to a specified remote monitor, whereas Surveillance cameras often use IP networks to connect security cameras from remote places to the main location. A CCTV surveillance system uses cameras to cover a specific area, which can be viewed on a monitor screen. It uses video cameras to relay signals from one location to another on a limited number of screens and operates on advanced visual capturing technology. CCTV is a visual and sensor technology that uses sensors and high-megapixel cameras to capture images and videos from a specific area. They are widely used in the investigation and detection of crimes and unlawful activities. A Surveillance system relies on advanced video camera technology and is typically linked to IP networks, allowing the network to be connected from a remote location to the designated security area. Nowadays, these cameras are widely used in a variety of public and government sectors to ensure the security of their respective locations.
  • Which Security Alarm is the Best?
    A security alarm system can safeguard a business’s assets and facilities from unauthorised access, invasion