What are the differences between different types of patrol systems?
According to the hardware composition of the patrol system, the system is divided into an online patrol system and a backup patrol system. So, what is the difference between the two? This time, Hui Youan will explain the differences between the two!
1. Online patrol system:
On-line patrol management system, also known as real-time electronic patrol system, is characterized by: in each patrol location, there are card readers that identify the location, and all the card readers are connected to the management computer through the online system. Patrol personnel carry induction cards that identify persons and events. After patrolling to a certain location, swipe the personnel card on the card reader at that location. If an incident occurs, you need to swipe the incident card corresponding to the incident.
The card reader can instantly upload the card reading data to the management computer via online. In this way, the electronic patrol system in the computer can display the patrol status, patrol events, and non-patrol alarms of patrolled locations in real time. The online patrol system can use hardware devices such as card readers, controllers and on-line systems in the original access control system to read the patrol swipe card data.
2. Backup electronic patrol system:
The working principle of the backup patrol management system is: in each patrol location, arrange some inductive cards made of shapes such as buttons and coins to identify the location, and the patrol personnel hold a shape such as a patrol stick or mobile phone. A reader that can identify a person.
Before patrolling, bring the reader and the event card, first use the reader to read the identification personnel sensor card or download the personnel group number through the software to calibrate the patrol device users can go to patrol. After patrolling to a certain location, the patrol personnel use the reader to read the sensor card of the location. If there is an event at the location, the sensor card that identifies the event is read accordingly.
Back to the management office, the management personnel upload the card reading data from the patrol reader to the management computer. In this way, the electronic patrol system in the computer can display and manage patrol data. But in terms of time, there is no real-time feature.
The above is the difference between the two. Do you know which electronic patrol system to choose?