Speed gates and turnstiles. They fulfil the same role in a building, making entry throughout a building a smoother, safer and more organised process. There are some fundamental differences between them though, and as the experts here at EA Group, we want to explain them today.

First, it’s helpful to explain exactly what speed gates and turnstiles are.

What are speed gates?

Speed gates are a medium security entry solution that are usually waist-high. Speed gates are usually made up of a body, a gate, and an access control system. The gate can open in a variety of ways depending on the model you choose. Some swing open or closed, while slide lanes feature panels that retract.

What are turnstiles?

The most common type of turnstiles are tripod turnstiles. These reliable entrance solutions are made up of a body and three rotating arms. These are a much more established entry solution. Though they may lack visual impact, they more than make up for it in functionality.

What are the different types of speed gate?

There is more than one type of speed gate. They are usually differentiated by their method of opening. Swing lanes are arguably the most common. As the name suggests, they feature a gate that swings open and closed automatically. Swing lanes are excellent as their size can be customised to accommodate varying levels of accessibility.

Slide lanes feature glass sliding panels that retract when authorised by an access control system. These slide lanes can be customised in terms of height for better security and have a very fast opening and closing time.

Speed lanes are a variation on slide lanes. The difference between them is that speed lanes have a more ergonomic and elegant design. Depending on the aesthetic style of your building, these incredibly modern solutions could be right for you. They feature a 0.8 second opening/closing time, to prevent tailgating.

What other types of turnstiles are available?

The classic tripod turnstile is one that is instantly recognisable from train stations, stadiums and events of all kinds. What you might not have seen before is a Glass-Pass security turnstile. These turnstiles are full-height and are designed for un-attended areas where security still needs to be kept tight. Glass-Pass turnstiles are visually impressive, being designed mostly from glass as the name suggests!

We also offer different variations on the tripod turnstile. Our newest are electromechanical turnstiles, which are ideal for the transport and events sector. They feature bi-directional access and are compatible with most access control systems. They even have space available for a coin mechanism and safe.

Should I choose a turnstile or speed gate?

This depends on a variety of factors, including your budget, the aesthetic you’re going for and the amount of guests you expect to enter and exit your premise at any time. Security needs to be considered above everything.

Although turnstiles do provide a level of security, when combined with a human presence, they aren’t suitable for high-security areas unless you use a Glass-Pass. Speed gates include systems to prevent tailgating, and provide a more easily managed entry process. Speed gates also work alongside more access control systems, such as card readers, biometrics, intercoms, or remote control. Turnstiles are more limited here.

In terms of aesthetic, you have a variety of options no matter whether you choose turnstiles or speed gates. All our solutions are expertly crafted bespoke to your needs by our team based in the UK. This means that no matter the architecture of your site, we’ll find a solution that matches your needs. Our solutions are all made in the UK, meaning there’s no long wait for replacement parts or maintenance if needed.

What safety features do turnstiles and speed gates have?

Turnstiles and speed gates aren’t just about managing entry to your site, they also provide valuable safety benefits. Their integration with access control systems means that your team can see exactly who is present in any part of your site. This is incredibly valuable for tracking attendance in the education sector.

Similarly in the case of an emergency, speed gates can lock to an open position and the arms of turnstiles can be set to move freely in either direction. If you prefer your entrance to have an attended security presence, but still wish to gain the value of these services, they can be operated manually using a button.

Using either of these services, or a combination of them for your business, allows you to guide visitors throughout your site. It will also make your premises more secure.

For more information about our speed gates or access control systems mentioned here or if you have any questions that we haven’t managed to answer here, get in touch at +44 (0) 1372 459536. Check out our other blogs for more tips about how your business can make the most of these services.

Access control systems are more commonly used than ever. Businesses concerns about security are growing. Whether staff are looking to work from home, you want to secure different areas of your site at different levels, or you’re looking for a more modern solution than a set of keys, access control can help.

Access control isn’t just used to get in the front door. You can now integrate it alongside various solutions across your premise. We’ve seen many businesses in a variety of sectors gain value by integrating access control alongside their turnstiles and speed gates. In this blog we’ll explain how strategically placed turnstiles, when integrated alongside access control systems can be valuable in terms of safety, security, and convenience for your staff and guests.

Upgrade your Reception

Your reception area is often the first impression that any visitor has of your organisation. You need to provide a warm welcome and also make sure it’s easy for guests to travel from your reception to where they need to be. A turnstile system, combined with access control can do this in replacement of or alongside a staffed reception.

We’ve seen this arrangement work well in a number of environments. From university libraries to business spaces, event halls and leisure centres. Blocking your main premises using these turnstiles helps the people inside feel safer, but the speed of entry that access control provides means nobody is impeded for long.

It’s more important than ever to reduce congestion in your business’ entrance. Especially when social distancing must be considered, people with all levels of mobility needs need to be able to enter your site quickly and safely. This is why we can offer extra-wide swing gates alongside any of our turnstiles. These can be customised to the aesthetic needs of your building and cater to a range of mobility aids.

Enhance security at short notice

For added site control we know that it can be valuable to install turnstiles on a temporary basis. Instantly control access into any facility, be it a concert, show, building site, or a high security event. We can cater for small venues or large sites and have a large range of turnstiles. Systems can be accompanied with DDA compliant wide access gates, pushchair gates or delivery gates.

This means that even if your requirement for an entry solution is temporary you don’t have to compromise on security. Our solutions are made here in the UK, and we offer quick provisioning and installation times. If you’re struggling to choose an access control solution to integrate with your turnstiles, we can help here too. Our expert team are always on hand to offer their recommendation based on your security needs.

Accurately track attendance

Accurate headcounts are important to a huge variety of industries. Many schools, businesses and other organisations such as hospitals need to track attendance but rely on written forms. Turnstiles combined with access control allows you to speed up this process while improving safety.

Many access control systems, such as swipe cards, access tokens or even biometrics, integrate seamlessly with your database or CRM services. As soon as you use these services to enter your building, or enter different areas within it, it’s automatically logged.

This can be used for a variety of purposes. Safety is the first, in case of an emergency you can clearly understand who is where. It is also convenient; it removes congestion in reception areas, and you can reference an online attendance database whenever needed.

Combine security with safety

While turnstiles are helpful for impeding the entry of any potential intruders, they could create difficulty in the case of an emergency. This is a common worry, and one that can be alleviated quickly with some helpful integrations.

All our access control entrance solutions are designed to be integrated to fire alarm panels. Once the alarm is activated, they will retract and disable the barrier arms to allow for unrestricted travel. This mechanism can also be controlled by a manned reception, meaning that when required your staff can leave your turnstiles open or locked.

In terms of security, turnstiles force entrants to move single file and at a walking pace. This puts them in clear view of security cameras. We normally supply waist-height turnstiles but full height models for higher security areas.

Your access control can notify security personnel or if someone has tried to access a restricted area. This allows you to allocate security resources to the right areas moving forward. You can quickly cross reference this with any CCTV footage and your access control records.

For more information about our automatic doors or access control systems mentioned here, get in touch at +44 (0) 1372 459536.

Turnstiles are some of the simplest and most reliable entry solutions available to businesses today. Their timelessness has made them an ideal choice for a number of industries who need to ensure security in high-footfall areas. Education, transport, business centres and the sports sector all commonly use turnstiles for creating a protected yet welcoming entrance.

Turnstiles service as a great visual deterrent for any possible infiltration. They are a low security measure that can still reassure guests that they are entering a protected space. At EA Group, we offer turnstiles to cover two distinct approaches, controlling crowds and restricting access. For either of these purposes we usually recommend waist high turnstiles, but full height turnstiles may also be of use when a higher level of security is required.

Access control technology is constantly advancing, and current trends are leading towards a more contact-free approach to entry. This has led to a push towards more automated entry solutions, and turnstiles are no exception. At EA Group we believe that automation should be a simple process, so our blog today will explain the process and why automated turnstiles can benefit your business.

Improve security and safety

Automated access control systems and turnstiles work hand in hand to create a solution that can greatly reduce unauthorised entry. Turnstiles are visually imposing, and can be difficult to climb under or over, but for authorised staff or visitors they don’t impede access.

Access control solutions can be used to better control the flow of footfall traffic. You can customise controls to allow employees to pass with ease, but require human control to grant access to any visitors. Access control systems also allow you to have a clear view of who is where on your site at any time. Our service integrates seamlessly with visitor management systems, allowing you to gain a real-time record of attendance.

This is ideal for the education sector where greater control is needed to clearly distinguish which areas of their premise should be accessible by staff, students or the general public. Automated Turnstiles provide enough of a visual deterrent to block entry and can work alongside any key card or access token system that you may already use.

The modern approach to entry

At EA we are at the forefront of the latest innovations in business accessibility. Over the past two years, one of the more unsurprising trends has been the move towards contact free services. We’ve seen a huge push from business towards autonomous services that require no human touch, turnstiles are no exception.

Our full-height turnstiles and swing gates are compatible with a whole range of contact free access control solutions, including swipe cards, barcode scanners, coin tokens and tickets. Of course, this can all be overridden in the case of an emergency and we can include fire alarm integration to make this process simple.

Automated turnstiles work brilliantly alongside CCTV cameras to provide a more robust security solution. Although they are a quick way to enter any premises, turnstiles do force any entrants to move in a single file and makes them wait long enough to be picked up by a camera. For more information about how you can integrate CCTV alongside your access control service, visit our security systems page.

Combining aesthetics with functionality

The aesthetics of any entry solution plays a surprisingly important role in their effectiveness. Turnstiles might just be a mechanical barrier that usually features rotating arms, but they can have a genuine psychological impact.

Automated turnstiles generally do not impede access. Most authorised entrants are able to bypass them in a matter of seconds, but they help your team and visitors to feel like they are in a protected space. Hence why aesthetics are important.

That’s why at EA we’ve taken time to ensure that we can offer a variety of different turnstiles to meet the needs of many industries.

  • For business centres, where professionalism is key, our Tripod Elite solution replicates the sleek style of a swing gate with a style that will remain impressive for years to come.
  • Where accessibility is crucial, our glass swing gates can be installed alongside turnstiles where a wider entrance is needed.
  • For high security areas or where tailgating needs to be prevented, such as in sports facilities, our full height Glass Pass allows for efficient entry without the need for attendants.

All our solutions are designed from robust materials and are built to last for many years to come. We also make sure that they are tailored to fit the architectural requirements of your business, enhancing security without compromising on space efficiency.

For more information about any of our access control solutions, get in touch. We’ll be happy to conduct a survey of your site and recommend solutions that can help. You can reach us here at 01372 459536

When a commercial property has a foyer or reception area, lots of businesses will take additional steps to ensure that they’re protecting not only their property, but also their employees and any authorised visitors. This area is one of the most vulnerable in a property and it is undeniably important to ensure that as a business owner you’re doing all you can to ensure that your reception area is physically safe and secure.


Thankfully, there are a number of different security systems available that can help you to adequately protect your reception area and you won’t struggle to find something that meets all of your individual requirements. If you’re interested in upgrading your security and you’d like to learn more about the best automated security solutions for this particular area in your commercial property, below we have looked into them in more detail.



This traditional entrance solution is a common sight in reception areas and turnstiles are known for offering a reliable method to control foot traffic and ensure only authorised users access specific areas of a commercial property. They also force pedestrians to enter single-file, enabling security personnel or CCTV cameras to have a clear view of those passing through.


Many will incorporate access control systems into the design of their reception turnstiles, enabling authorised employees to easily move through this area, preventing any inconvenience to reception staff. This system can use card readers, barcode scanners or biometrics, for example, making entering and exiting incredibly straightforward.


Speed lanes

Speed lanes and speed gates are considered to be an elegant alternative to turnstiles. Their modern design makes them much more aesthetically pleasing and they are perfect for reception areas, ensuring the best first impression is provided. Reception speed lanes tend to be a space-saving solution too, yet they still have a high pedestrian traffic flow capacity.


Similarly to turnstiles, this solution can be designed to incorporate access control systems, providing effective security against unauthorised access. Reception speed lanes feature panels that retract into the body upon an authorised signal and they can be opened/closed in as little as 0.8 seconds, making them suitable for busy reception areas.


CCTV systems

Lots of businesses will use CCTV systems throughout their commercial property and having CCTV cameras in the reception area is often essential. These cameras play a key role in monitoring security in this vulnerable area and they will provide around the clock surveillance, enabling businesses to ‘keep an eye’ on all pedestrians entering their property.


Using a combination of CCTV cameras, such as; HD cameras, infrared cameras, PTZ cameras, day and night cameras, and even dummy cameras, businesses can easily design a reception CCTV system that meets all of their needs. The modern housing of these cameras and the discreet colours available enables them to blend into their surroundings too.


Intercom systems

To provide ultimate security to their reception area, some businesses will use intercom systems. These will prevent any pedestrians from being able to access the reception area without authorisation and intercom systems are often incorporated into other entrance solutions, like automatic sliding doors and automatic revolving doors.


It isn’t uncommon for intercom systems to also feature keypads or other access control readers, enabling employees to enter the reception area without needing to be granted access by reception staff. With both wired and wireless intercom systems available too, there is a convenient solution for all commercial properties, no matter what the interior design is like.


Installing automated security solutions

There really are a number of brilliant security solutions available that would work perfectly in the reception area of your property and hopefully, now that you know a bit more about them, you will find it easier to choose which you’d like to install. No matter which you opt for, you can have peace of mind knowing that they will significantly enhance the security of your business.


Should you require any assistance choosing which security systems to use in your reception area, contact our experts here at The EA Group today. We have many years of experience working with a wide range of security products and we will gladly help you to find the perfect solutions for your reception area. We also provide expertise in the bespoke design and installation of everything from simple to complex security solutions, so we can help you from start to finish with your security project. We would relish the opportunity to assist you and we can carry out a free site survey to get the project underway.


When businesses are wanting to install pedestrian control barriers within their premises, tripod and rotary turnstiles are frequently used. These simple mechanical barrier devices are known for being a reliable entrance solution for both staff and visitors, and they provide businesses with increased control over who is allowed to access particular areas throughout their premises.


Due to their timeless popularity, there is now a comprehensive range of turnstiles to choose from and there really is a solution that encompasses the needs of all applications. More often than not, turnstile access control systems can even be customised to meet individual requirements and bespoke solutions aren’t uncommon. If you’re interested in installing turnstiles and you’d like to design a system specifically for your business, below are some useful things to consider to help you do so.


The main purpose of the turnstiles

Generally speaking, turnstiles are installed for one of two reasons; to control and slow the flow of foot traffic or to restrict pedestrian access to a particular area. Depending on your reasons for installing a turnstile access control system, you will likely find that you make different design choices and you need to think about whether your turnstiles’ main purpose is crowd control or restricting access, or if it is something else entirely.


The location of the turnstiles

It is important to know where the turnstiles are going to be installed before you start designing your system as, again, their location will directly influence your design choices. You may find that if you’re going to install turnstiles in various locations throughout the premises, your needs for each location will differ and therefore so will the turnstile design, and you should bear this in mind when choosing each location.


The height of the turnstiles

Whilst there is a range of different types of turnstiles to choose from, they all tend to be either; waist height turnstiles or full height turnstiles. Waist height is usually the most common design, however, full height works better when a higher level of security is required and tailgating needs to be prevented. Consider the purpose and location of your turnstiles before deciding which height is most suitable for your turnstile access control system.


The control system of the turnstiles

All tripod turnstiles can either be manual or automatic and if you’re wanting an automatic system, you need to think about the type of access control software you’re going to use. Turnstiles can be designed to be controlled using all common forms of access control, including; proximity, swipe card, barcode scanner, biometrics and coin/token/ticket. Look into all of these options and decide which would be most convenient for your application.


The aesthetics of the turnstiles

Depending on where you’re installing your turnstiles, their appearance might be important. Think about whether their design needs to be architecturally acceptable or if there are any specific requirements for the overall look of the turnstiles. There are a number of different finish options available to consider too, such as; powder-coated steel and brushed or polished stainless steel, and you need to choose which will be best for your premises.


If aesthetics are really important, consider options like glass pass turnstiles that feature rotating glass wings instead of metal rods. This design provides the same protection as comparable rotary turnstiles, but it is just far more aesthetically pleasing.


Investing in a turnstile access control system

When you’re wanting to install a bespoke turnstile access control system at your business premises, hopefully, the information above will be beneficial. Thinking about all of these different points should help you to design a system that meets all of your individual needs, whatever they may be. To find out more about turnstiles and installing a bespoke system, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at The EA Group.


We provide a wide range of turnstile solutions that offer fast, secure and reliable access control to a business premises and we will happily help you to design a system that’s perfect for your intended use. If you choose an EA turnstile system to manage your pedestrian flow, you can be confident that it will be designed and manufactured under the strictest controls, and that it will meet all European and International standards. We look forward to assisting you further with your turnstile access control system.

Many businesses across a vast range of industry sectors benefit from installing entrance access solutions. From the transport and tourism industries through to leisure and sports industries, they all have varying needs, but thankfully, the continually evolving market is easily able to meet these. Whether you’re looking for an effective crowd control method or you need a convenient access control solution, you can trust that there will be a perfect system for you.

More often than not, speed gates, speed lanes and turnstiles are able to meet the requirements of the vast majority of businesses in this regard, yet there are still a number of different styles and designs to choose from in these categories alone. If you’re interested in installing a modern entrance access solution and you’re wanting to find out more about the options available to you, keep reading today. Below is some more information about some of the most frequently installed systems.


Swing lane

As the name suggests, a swing lane is a design that operates on the swing open/close principle. You can get these contemporary entrance control solutions in both waist-high designs and full-height designs. This entrance solution has a high traffic flow capacity and is one of the most cost-effective entrance solutions and it is easily adaptable to meet your needs.


Slide lane

This entrance access solution features glass sliding panels that retract into the body upon an authorised signal. You can choose to control this elegant efficient solution with the majority of access control systems or with a manual control such as a push button. A slide lane has an incredibly fast opening time of just 0.8 seconds, making it perfect for high footfall areas.


Speed lane

Similarly to a slide lane, a speed lane is designed whereby glass or plastic panels retract into the body of this entrance control solution, however, it is more ergonomically designed and very aesthetically pleasing. They seamlessly blend into any modern interior yet still provide a reliable security control against unauthorised pedestrian access.


Swing gate

When you’re in need of wider accessibility, a swing gate is the perfect entrance access solution. It has been designed to not only be a simple and affordable barrier, but it is also suitable for both disabled access and delivery routes up to 900mm. You can get both automatic and manual modes for swing gates, so you can choose how you’d like to allow entry.


Tripod turnstiles

Turnstiles, in general, are a reliable entrance control solution and they are known for their tripod arms. With classic, elite and plus options to choose from, it is easy to find a tripod turnstile that meets your visual requirements. All tripod turnstile designs incorporate simplicity with impressive functionality and they always provide high traffic flow.


Glass pass

This entrance access solution is suitable for premises where higher security is required and tailgating needs to be prevented. A glass pass is a full-height turnstile, yet it is minimalistic in design and visually appealing. It is designed for unattended access control applications and can be operated automatically by access control systems including; card readers, biometrics, intercoms, remote control or alternatively, it can be operated manually.


Installing an entrance control solution at your premises

Hopefully, the information above will be beneficial to you when browsing the market for an entrance access solution. Knowing a little bit more about some of the most popular and commonly chosen entrance gates should make it a little bit easier for you to narrow down the numerous different options that you have. It is fair to say that any of the options mentioned above are a brilliant choice and they are all more than capable of meeting a vast range of business needs.


If you have any questions at all about any of the different entrance control solutions mentioned above, please feel free to contact our team here at the EA Group today. With many years of experience behind us, you can trust that we will have the knowledge required to help you choose the best solution for your business. Of course, we will be able to design, manufacture and install the entrance access option you decide on too, so you can rely on us to provide the comprehensive service that you require.

As you may already know, turnstiles are a fairly simple, yet incredibly effective, barrier device. They are known for their distinctive tripod of arms and whilst there are different types of security turnstiles available nowadays, traditionally they tend to look fairly similar to one another. One of the main reasons why many choose security turnstiles over the many other access control systems on the market nowadays is because they only allow one person to pass through at a time and this is most definitely a USP of this security system.

Turnstiles are used in a range of settings, from football stadiums to theme parks, and they are an incredibly versatile option for anyone wanting to control visitor access. If you’re interested in getting security turnstiles installed at your premises, you will have lots of things to think about to ensure that you’re opting for the best solution for your individual needs. So, to help you ensure that nothing is overlooked, below is a list of things that are essential to consider.


The main reason for installing turnstiles

This is always one of the first things to think about when looking into security turnstiles. Often, the two most common reasons for getting turnstiles installed is to control the number of visitors gaining entry at once or to ensure that only authorised visitors are allowed access.


If you’re only wanting to slow down foot traffic or count the number of visitors you have, you may be able to simply install the security turnstiles by themselves. However, when wanting to only provide access to authorised visitors, you will need some form of access control system too. So, before looking at your options, be sure to know what your reasons are for needing turnstiles.


The number of turnstiles you require

It is also important to take some time to think about how many turnstiles you’re going to require. Of course, this will differ quite dramatically from premises to premises and it is something you will need to carefully consider.


When trying to decide how many security turnstiles to install, think about your busiest times and what your average footfall is during these. The last thing you want to do is cause chaos and long queues by not having enough turnstiles to keep people moving at a reasonable pace. A professional will always be able to advise you further.


The style of security turnstiles you want

Nowadays, there is such a huge range of different styles when it comes to turnstiles. Whilst there are lots of different things to consider in this regard, often, the first place to start is by looking at the height. Try to decide whether you want half or full height turnstiles.


It is then important to think about the overall design of the turnstiles and the material that they’re made from. Traditionally, security turnstiles will have metal tripod arms, but you do have the option of glass gates too, so you should consider what will work best at your premises. Of course, you should think about both practicality and functionality as well as aesthetics.


Installing security turnstiles

When taking the time to think about everything mentioned above, hopefully, you will find it easier to ensure that the security turnstiles you install are the most suitable for your needs. There is no denying that they are the best security solution available for some business and they can work in virtually any space, so when considering everything mentioned above, you can guarantee that you will be more than satisfied when your new security turnstiles are installed.


Here at the EA Group, we offer entrance solutions from simple mechanical rotary barriers to fully integrated systems and we will gladly assist you when wanting to install security turnstiles. As leaders in autonomous pedestrian control, you can trust that we are the best people to reach out to in this regard, so don’t hesitate to contact us today. A member of our friendly experienced team will gladly assist you in any way required.

Today we installed one of our compact servo-assisted turnstiles, access control, a new PC, and gym membership software to get users back into their gym.

The owner now can control who enters with membership and has a log of who entered and left the premises. If you are looking for a similar solution please contact us here 

EA Group now offers a special solution for authorizing access depending on a person’s state of health. More specifically such a system enables to limit access of people with suspected disease symptoms such as a high temperature.

Our turnstiles and speed gates together with this special integrated authorization system perform facial identification and monitor body temperature. Such a solution can be widely used in public places like commercial offices, leisure facilities, schools, and manufacturing facilities, etc.


  • Contactless temperature control – allows controlling access of people with abnormal temperatures.
  • Equipped with an audio module (siren) – in case of detection of a person with abnormal temperature.
  • Face recognition of a person with a mask on their face.
  • A readymade solution that does not require special provision for installation and can be mounted in any place with the help of a universal mounting plate.
  • Free software – work hour counter + monitors of body temperature per employee.
  • Finish: 304 Brushed stainless steel) (316 grade is optional)
  • IP54 protection for easy disinfection.

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The security trade is one of the most criticised and probed industries across the world, where many are arguing there more should be done to increase the overall quality of the industry. Fortunately, there are many improvements and developments thanks to many private security firms investing in the latest advancements.


Why is this happening?

  • Consistency

One of the primary reasons why automated security systems are becoming the norm is because they are highly consistent. With the way that they are designed, using a specialist database, algorithm, and rules, they have continuously been proven to show consistency in their specific role.

A great example is this includes the use of turnstiles that require specific input such as a valid ticket to be usable. Using this system allows users to simply swipe their valid ID to be granted access, whereas previously they would need to be manually checked, potentially resulting in human error, therefore not consistent.

  • Focused attention

Even a security guard can lose attention from time to time, whereas autonomous security systems are strictly designed for their specific purpose, after all, it is a computer system. Due to this reason, it’s more than likely that consistency is achieved as mentioned above, but can also guarantee no issue goes unmissed, enabling for human interaction only when it’s really required.

  • Simplifies investigation process

As mentioned above, these systems will only trigger the requirement for human interaction when really required, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t working in the background. Systems such as automated number plate recognition operate by reading, reviewing and checking the registration within seconds, whereas, this may take much longer if carried out by a specific individual.

  • Potential to save costs

Although the up-front fee for some notable automatic systems is considerably high, over time, this should be considered as a cost-effective solution. There is, of course, the potential that they can replace the requirement for human cooperation in specific sectors, but it’s also advised that they become introduced alongside human interaction, further increasing the efficiency and productivity.

What can you do?

Simply jump on board and carry out your research to find the most suitable automated security systems that are suited to your business. We are just at the very beginning stage of automating the security industry, though there is still a large range of systems that can be implemented in every business that will provide advantages.

Contact the EA Group

If you are keen on speaking to a specialist company regarding advanced and autonomous security and entrance solutions, then be sure to contact the EA Group today. As a business, we focus on giving you the very best service available by providing the very best products and services, as well as our first-class customer service.

To get in touch with our team, simply call +44 (0) 1372 459536 where you can confer with one of our experts who will be happy to recommend the most suitable solutions based on your requirements. For general enquiries, you can also send our team a message via our website, though be sure to include your contact details so that we can get in touch at the earliest convenience.