Service Overview

We’re thrilled to introduce our cutting-edge Access Control System, designed to fortify our company’s security like never before. Say goodbye to unauthorized access and hello to a safer, more secure environment. With Baskan Corporations Access Control System, we’re setting a new standard for safety and professionalism. Stay tuned for more details and training on how to make the most of this powerful security tool.
Your safety matters. Your assets matter. Let’s secure our future together.


Bio-Metric Access Control Systems, Experience security like never before with our advanced Biometric Access Control System. Say goodbye to traditional keys and passwords. Our system uses your unique biological traits – like fingerprints, facial features, or iris patterns – to grant you seamless and secure access. It’s not just a key; it’s you. Discover a new level of convenience and protection today

Face ID

Introducing our cutting-edge Face ID System – the future of access control. With this technology, your face becomes your key. Say farewell to remembering passwords or carrying cards. Our system scans your facial features for instant, secure access. It’s fast, intuitive, and uniquely you. Embrace the power of face recognition for a new era of convenience and security. We provide high Quality Face ID Access Control Systems that are 3d enabled and AI enables with HD cameras and Equipment


Experience the future of access control with RFID technology. No more fumbling for keys or searching for badges. Our RFID system uses radio waves to grant you seamless entry. A simple swipe or tap is all it takes. Enjoy convenience and security in one touch. Welcome to a smarter way of accessing your world.
We Provide Traditional RFID Card Access Control Systems .
Time and attendance systems
Time and attendance systems (TNA) are used to track and monitor when employees start and stop work. A time and attendance system enables an employer to monitor their employees working hours and late arrivals, early departures, time taken on breaks and absenteeism