Tailgating is one of the most common security issues across all industries and can occur in a variety of ways. Ranging from abusing common courtesy of holding the door open for the person behind you, joining a crowd of people to create an appearance of authorization, to tricking an authorized user into allowing the person entry.
- To manage the movement of people in lobbies and building interiors with varying degrees of security clearance, corporations around the globe are implementing turnstiles coupled with access control. Turnstiles effectively detect tailgating with minimal inconvenience to users and without forming an obtrusive barrier.
- Both waist-height and full-height turnstiles are able to address tailgating by closing after each individual who walks through, and sounding an alarm when tailgating does occur.
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