Do you want to detect the access authorization of visitors and the attendance of employees? Do you want to control the traffic on your grounds and rapidly guide vehicles to a suitable parking space? Our pedestrian gates in the FlowMotion® series combine clear guidance with high user acceptance, while our vehicle barriers and turnstiles control traffic outdoors.
The systematic registration of employees and visitors is gaining in importance in administrative buildings, cultural institutions and many other public facilities because it enables the automation of processes and increases security on their premises. At the same time, clearly structured guidance and access control makes an important contribution towards orientation within buildings and their entryways.
Magnetic offers you solutions for all access control situations with the pedestrian gates of the FlowMotion® series and the vehicle barriers of the MHTM™ MicroDrive generation. Our systems are not only renowned for their energy-efficient and maintenance-free drive technology, but above all for our many years of experience in planning and implementation in public buildings.
Our product recommendations for public buildings
We developed our FlowMotion® series to provide visitors with a friendly reception, reliably guide them into the building, and register attendance and access authorization in passing. With its rapid opening and closing cycles, mWing – our pedestrian gate with a swing door – is designed for high user volumes. The numerous colors and effect coatings available allow precise adaptation to the corporate design.
The Access Pro-L entry barrier is the model of choice for controlling access to visitor and employee parking spaces at public buildings. Thanks to its modular control system, the Access Pro-L can be communicated with via numerous interfaces, and an optional counting module enables reliable monitoring of the free parking spaces currently available. As a result of its independently selectable opening and closing times, the Access Pro-L is also approved for use wherever the presence of pedestrians cannot be ruled out for structural reasons.