Gate Automation

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Boom barrier also known as a boom gate, is a bar, or pole pivoted to allow the boom to block vehicular access through a controlled point. Typically the tip of a boom gate rises in a vertical arc to a near vertical position. Boom gates are often counterweighted, so the pole is easily tipped. Boom gates are often paired either end to end, or offset appropriately to block traffic in both directions. Some boom gates also have a second arm which hangs 300 to 400 mm below the upper arm when lowered, to increase approach visibility, and which hangs on links so it lies flat with the main boom as the barrier is raised. Some barriers also feature a pivot roughly half way, where as the barrier is raised, the outermost half remains horizontal, with the barrier resembling an upside down 'L' when raised.

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Tripod turnstile is generally used in simple dissuasion level access control of public passages. It is widely used in work attendance checking systems of factories, consumption systems of public institutions, access control of residential estates, ticket exit systems of scenic sports and other arenas, hand key management systems of construction sites and so on. The mechanical part of the turnstile contains an emergency control device, which allows automatic dropping of the tripod bar in the level position in case of power fail; when power supply is resumed; manual reset of the tripod bar is required. The turnstile has different optional configurations for the applications of all building conditions and for the control of all kinds of passage entrance-exits. Different identification systems (ID card, IC card, barcode, hand key, fingerprint, iris, etc. ) can be configured into the turnstile system. The turnstile can be connected to any kinds of controllers and various consumption devices.

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Under-vehicle scanner system generally consists of imaging systems mounted on a roadway and used at facility access points, particularly at secure facilities. An under-vehicle inspection system is used to detect threats such as bombs that are hidden underneath vehicles. Cameras capture images of the undercarriage of the vehicle for manual or automated visual inspection by security personnel or systems

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Automatic Bollards:- Bio Tech is pleased to introduce its complete range of automatic bollards. Their main purpose is to make urban areas livable once again; they can be used to protect particularly vulnerable places (such as shops, houses, Hotels, etc) against robbery or theft or to elegantly and quickly take control of hotel car parks, entrances of ministries and so on. Bio Tech’s automatic bollards can work in all environmental conditions and their protection level makes them watertight. All models have following common features: high static and dynamic load and high visibility.

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Road Blocker:- Road Blockers provide higher levels of security with built in stopping power, and are used extensively for premises such as banks, embassies, bullion depots, cargo parks, ports and lorry parks. The Road Blocker can be interfaced to any access control systems. Traffic Light System included as standard