Geoservice has developed a smart solution to control the entry and exit of vehicles from the enterprise territory.
Smart solutions that save time on checking and logging the necessary information are becoming more and more popular for access systems. For such a project, Geoservice applied a new scheme integrating Galileosky devices with the barriers.
The customer who turned to Geoservice works with third-party carriers to transport the products. The company uses a single barrier to control the entry and exit of vehicles. It was necessary to create a system to automatically create reports with the time drivers spend on site.
Controlling carriers on the following parameters:
A signal is sent to the controller input, simulating a person pressing a key. To detect vehicles entering or leaving the territory, Geoservice specialists installed Galileosky 7x devices on both sides of the barrier.
The driver needs to put his RFID card to the reader and if the card is in the database, the barrier opens. If it is not, the event is formed on using an unauthorized key.
When an authorized key is on the reader, the following data packet is sent to the server:
Then an event is generated on the server and can be sent to any other system via API.
Using Easy Logic flexible programming technology, Geoservice experts wrote a script for adding or deleting keys by SMS or GPRS commands. This feature allows you to perform three basic commands: not only adding and deleting keys, but also forcibly opening the barrier.
Using Galileosky devices for barrier-based access control was a new but successful solution for Geoservice. Thanks to the installed trackers, the customer can check how much time carriers spend on site and receive data on each driver.