Prime Web Access® is a state-of-the-art access control & security system. One of its major features is flexibility. The system is equally able to cover the security needs of minor installations comprising only a few doors, or multi-national organisations having installations all around the globe. The size of the installation or the need for central management of several installations in different locations generates no practical restrictions for Prime Web Access®. The system is being successfully used in hundreds of small- and medium-sized installations and in some of the largest and most demanding Access Control installations worldwide.
Prime Web Access® is the result of many years of research in access control systems. Through use of cutting-edge technologies, we were able to utilise our substantial know-how to create a top-quality security solution that meets effectively the ever-changing modern requirements.
This solution offers effective protection for people, premises and installations, effective management of staff and visitor movements / alarm events and other incidents and integration with other security systems, such as:
- Alarm systems
- CCTV & IP Video systems
- Number plate reading devices
- Building Management Systems
Prime Web Access® runs on any operating system platform. Access to the system is gained through any browser. The system also supports all widely used databases such as: Oracle and MS SQL Server.
Prime Web Access® control system has been developed by the German manufacturer Primion Technology A.G., which is one of the most reputable and reliable European manufacturers of Access Control and Time & Attendance management systems. Primion’s systems are efficiently used in thousands of installations all over the world and they are distinguished for their high quality and reliability.
Atermon Systems is a close partner of Primion Technology A.G. and is able to offer, design, install and fully support Prime Web Access® as well as all other Primion solutions, after assessing thoroughly each client’s specific requirements.
Visual Web Access® consists of the following parts:
- Access Control readers, which control access to the electrical door locks
- Special Access Control Primion IDT controllers
- Prime Web Access® software
- Proximity cards in the form of cards or key tags.
Each of the above components is thoroughly presented below:
The Access Control readers used in the Prime Web Access® system are designed and manufactured in Germany by Primion Technology A.G. This ensures top functionality for the total solution, as both the system hardware and software are developed by the same manufacturer.
We offer a broad range of Access Control readers, able to meet all demands.
Special Access Control Primion IDT controllers
IDT Controllers are integrated control devices serving as intermediary devices between the Access Control readers and software. Depending on its type, each controller controls from 2 up to 32 Access Control readers. All access rights information relating to each Access Control reader controlled by each IDT controller is transmitted to the latter.
IDT controllers are independent units which ensure the smooth operation of the Prime Web Access system even where communication with the system software is disrupted for any reason or cause.
The IDT controllers used in the Prime Web Access® system are designed and manufactured in Germany by Primion Technology A.G. This ensures top functionality of the total solution, as both the system hardware and software are developed by the same manufacturer. Primion Technology A.G. gives top priority to the controllers’ design, to offer high-quality Access Control solutions in terms of both security and functionality. As a result of these efforts, Primion’s controllers were the first to obtain class-C VdS certification from the German Association of Property Insurers.
Prime Web Access software
Prime Web Access® is a powerful Access Control software. Designed to meet the needs of installations of any type or size, it offers great flexibility and has numerous parameters and sub-modules to meet the needs of each installation.
Prime Web Access® runs also on a web-based environment and is fully compatible with all widely used databases such as Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.
Prime Web Access® comes with a full range of optional modules such as:
- Visitor administration
- Contractor and client management
- Extended Event control
- Alarm management
- Work flow access control
- Video Surveillance
- ID – Badge Creation and Management
It is also fully compatible with the Prime Web Time Time & Attendance Management system, allowing its users to create an integrated Access Control & Time Attendance system where this is required.
Proximity ID in the form of cards or key tags.
Primion’s terminals recognise all of the most popular types of proximity IDs, such as Hitag, Legic, Mifare etc.
The Prime Web Time® software is installed on a Server together with all other software tools required in each installation. The system may be originally installed in the Standard version and may be subsequently upgraded to include the following, if a need arises: Visitor administration, staff/visitor ID – Badge Creation and Management, Extended Event Control, alarm management etc. It may also be expanded to serve a large number of users.
The Access Control readers are installed on and connected to the electric door locks they are intended to control. The readers may also be connected directly to turnstiles, barriers, security doors etc. Then they are connected to the respective IDT controllers.
The IDT controllers are connected to the central system by all possible connection methods, offering enormous flexibility during implementation of the installation.
The next step, after all hardware and software has been installed, is to enter in Prime Web Access® the details of each member of staff and the access rights and limitations applicable to each member of staff and each door controlled by the system, and to configure the software based on the needs of each installation. Once these tasks are completed, the system is ready for use.
After the system is put to operation, access to all spaces controlled by it is only possible through authorised use of the Prime Web Access® system.
To enter the controlled premises, staff and visitors need to use their special proximity IDs with or without a keyboard. Where this required by the nature of the installation, access may be also controlled by means of special biometric terminals, which offer higher security standards in terms of personal identification.
Every attempt to enter the premises controlled by the system is automatically checked by the respective IDT controller. If the person trying to enter has authorised access, the system unblocks the door or turnstile allowing the person to enter, and at the same time records this action in the IDT controller’s memory. In case of unauthorised access, the Access Control reader transmits an audiovisual signal indicating restricted entry and records the attempted entry in the controller’s memory, whereas the system may even transmit an alarm signal in various manners, if programmed accordingly.
To access the system, authorised users need only a browser. With a powerful report generator at their disposal, they can obtain plenty of reports or calculations and have them exported to their computer screen or in PDF, HTML or EXCEL format.
Prime Web Access® is also fully compatible with the Prime Web Time® Time & Attendance Management system, allowing its user to create an integrated Access Control & Time Attendance system where this is required.
The system further comprises a broad range of optional modules, e.g. Visitor Administration, Id- Badge creation, alarm management, Extended Event Control, Video Surveillance etc., which, if used efficiently, based on the needs of each installation, render Prime Web Access® a fully integrated system.
Visual Web Access® is essential anywhere where access control is required. Some categories of establishments which could benefit from the system are:
- Office installations
- Archive facilities
- Computer Rooms
- Club houses
- Military installations