Integrated Security & Surveillance

Count on Midwest Card to show you how to make the most of your security investment - we'll help you implement a system that meets today's requirements but can easily grow with you in the future!

Midwest Card is a strong technology partner for organizations interested in improving security and accountability across their enterprise - whether they need to control a couple of doors or implement a fully-integrated, global enterprise-class, security management and control system.

Midwest Card's security professionals have decades of experience creating security and emergency preparedness plans and installing systems to control building access and monitor activities across campuses. We take the time to learn and understand your work environment so we can create solutions that fit your budgetary parameters and unique security concerns.


access Control

An access control system can be the core of your security system. Midwest Card has the right solution for you - whether you need to control a couple of doors, or implement a fully-integrated, enterprise-class security management and control system.


Card Readers

Proximity cards, key fobs and readers are used to control access to your building, entry into restricted areas, parking gates and more. Holding a card up to the access control reader identifies the card holder and access is authorized or denied based on pre-determined system parameters.


Biometric Readers

Biometric readers utilize physical characteristics to validate identity and authenticate transactions.

When used for identification or combined with other authentication methods, biometric readers multiply security levels. They also are more convenient than cards or fobs, as you don't need to remember to bring your finger along when you need to enter restricted areas.


Video Surveillance

Video Surveillance is the most important, and often, the most misunderstood aspect of a layered approach to security. Video surveillance can offer the best evidence for identification, prosecution and recovery, but there are so many options! How do you choose which one is right for you?