Advantages of long-range RFID in gated communities
Many years ago, life was relatively safer. We hear stories our elders talk about how they didn’t need to lock their front doors back in their day and kids were allowed to play away from home and no one would feel anxious. Sadly, times have changed, and people know better now. We all value security a lot more these days and a way people have found that security is through gated communities.
Within these communities, homes, and children feel safer, but there is one problem. When members of these communities come in and out with their vehicles, how will this security be preserved with the fear that intruders might slip in when the gates are being opened. The solution to this problem is long range RFID. Want to find out more about it and how it offers some extra security for your gated community? Then keep on reading!
What exactly is a ‘long range RFID’?
RFID is an acronym for radio frequency identification. The reason they are perfect for gated communities to use is due to the fact that long range RFID tags are able to be read from up to 30 feet away. Every RFID tag is tracked using an identifier that is distinctive to the tag, this is utilized to follow all of the movements the tags make. And based on the data that is available in the system, the identifier of the tag can also be used to allow access to a gated community or deny it.
With the RFID systems, only vehicles that are approved with the long range RFID tags can access the gated community. So, intruders will have a harder time trying to obtain a way in.
Why gated communities instate long range RFID
Installing long range RFID in gated communities to control the means of entry has many benefits, such as:
Proper access security
There are many satisfied gated communities using the long range RFID to control the access of their vehicles. With the long range RFID, people now have proper access security, which makes them feel safer.