Automatic bollards successfully restrict access to car parks, controlling vehicle access in and out of an area. Bollards can be integrated with rising arm barriers to increase security levels if required. A series of bollards can raise and lower together in one sequence or you can have two separate lanes operating independently for entry and exit. Systems can be integrated into existing building management systems or controlled using a key fob, intercom, proximity card, timing clock and other access control options.
When considering the subject of traffic management, designers and planners should consider the traffic flow through a given area; if traffic restrictions and exclusion zones are being considered then ATG Access can design the best system solutions to help enforce these decisions using traffic management measures. This may involve the exclusion of vehicles altogether to create pedestrian zones or creating priority lanes for public transport.
Bollards can be utilised to protect your driveway from vehicle theft. Automatic bollards are preferable to telescopic bollards when you are accessing the secured area multiple times each day or when multiple vehicles are accessing the area. Bollards are operated using a simple key fob to raise and lower. To increase the products visibility in remote locations, some models are available with a LED lighting ring.