Adding access-controlled barrier system is the perfect way of controlling vehicle access in and out of your company premises, Auto Time Systems have over 30 year’s experience in designing, installing and maintaining access control systems.

It has always been important to us that we offer the best quality products available on the market to ensure that your system is built to last and works seamlessly with your choice of access control.

We offer bespoke automatic barrier systems that can be controlled via stand-alone access equipment or can be control via PC linked access control system, so you have full control who is allowed in and out.

How do I control who is allowed through the barrier access system?

Automatic barriers can be controlled though a number of ways:-Keypad Access / Proximity ID Card / Fob.

  • Biometric Access Readers – Face recognition or finger recognition readers.
  • Entry panel (Proximity fob/ card access control with IP camera/voice intercom visitor management)
  • Smart Phone Access Control ( FREE Secure mobile ID’s No need to buy cards Contact us for these)
  • ANPR – Automatic Number Plate Recognition System.
  • Long Range Readers with vehicle tag up to 10m Read Range
  • Ultrapass high performance UHF fob readers with 100m read range.


At Auto Time Systems – we are passionate about our customer aftercare, we offer full technical support and service plans to cover all of our Barriers, Turnstiles and Automatic Gate systems.

Low Cost Barrier Solutions

Our barriers come straight from the factory tailor made to your specification and are available as single, manual, double skirted and coloured to exactly how you want them.

For more information on our solutions or to arrange an on-site with one of our consultants to discuss your access control requirements in more detail, please don’t hesitate to call us on 01257 252002 England / 01506 896 806 Scotland or use the contact form below.

Contact us today for more information on our range of systems

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