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Namco Games Entrance Control Case Access Control Management Case Study

Project Description:

Project Site:

Namco’s Hong Kong game centers and flagship stores in major spots including Mongkok, Tsuen Wan and Tseung Kwan O etc;

End User: Namco Games;

Namco Limited (株式会社ナムコ Kabushiki gaisha Namuko) is a Japanese corporation that is widely known for its previous identity as a video game developer and publisher, and operates game centers and theme parks. [1] The company's English name is often officially written as NAMCO.

Hong Kong has been an important area of Namco’s business as it has already launched its international arcade subsidiary, Namco Enterprises Asia Ltd., in Hong Kong in 1977. Namco currently has several game centers and flagship stores in major spots including Mongkok, Tsuen Wan and Tseung Kwan O etc.

Client Requirements

All-in-one Security Platform

Due to the limited human resource for front-end, it was not preferred to increase the workload for the newly added access control system. Thus, there are multiple access points deployed in the school area, our client needed a simplified access control system that is user-friendly and could centrally manage the entire system.

Specific Permission and Duration of Access

It is also required that personnel shall only be authorized with their own identity for access of the building, and authorized with specific rights of specific locations. Thus, a system that is able to provide multi-door, multi-authority access control with customized access rights is crucial

Access Control Report

Our client also required that they would be able to centrally the monitor the entire entrance control operation of all employees in the entire site, and all access logs are able to be reviewed anytime with generation of access control reports.

Implementation Solution



Device Name Device Model
Access Control

Access Control Panel


Swing Barrier Entrance Gate


Technical Features

• A unit of SBTL3211 (Entrance Gate) Swing Barrier and a unit of InBioPro 260 Access Control Panel are deployed in each staff room and store room in their game center and flagship store.

• Web Based Management System is enabled with the application of ZKBioSecurity, which is able to perform central management of access control system.

• The system applies RFID Card Access method, users who desire access are required to present and swipe card they are issued with for identity verification.

• All turnstiles are connecter to the access control panel and are centrally managed by the ZKBioSecurity access control software. This web-based security platform enables central remote control of access and real-time remote monitoring of all access control status. It also enables access report generation.

Function Description

• ZKBioSecurity is an access control system management platform based on the browser/server architecture. Users can access and log in to the platform directly from browsers and view the verification conditions of all connected devices in real time on the browsers. Automatic generation of access reports are also available.

• ZKBioSecurity is an all-in-one web-based security platform developed by ZKTeco. The version applied in this project is an 3.0.3 ver. with superb security functions such as HTTPS encrypted communication, doors emergency lockdown, up to 66 bits flexible card format, personnel multi-card support, smart data analysis and the latest add on - the Patrol Module - to efficiently manage security guards patrol tours using the existing access control readers, reducing costs and ensuring patrol tasks.

• The SBTL3200 is a swing barrier turnstile for additional Lane series designed for smooth and silent operation and draws very little power. It’s made of stainless steel which makes SBTL3200 highly durable.

• SBTL3200 barriers are normally held in a locked position, thus denying access to the secured side. Upon SBTL3200’s reader (RFID and/or fingerprint) positively recognizing a user’s valid access card or fingerprint, its barriers swing automatically, thus allowing users passage to the secured side.

• During emergencies the barriers automatically swing, thereby ensuring users FAST unencumbered exit to safety. During power outage, the user can push through the barrier easily to exit to safety.