[Noisebridge-discuss] Door Access Control

Jared Dunne jareddunne at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 00:16:50 PST 2011


I think Ryan has a good point regarding privacy concerns for something like
this.  Perhaps the audit trail/logging feature should be Opt-in for users
that want to leave the digital footprints.  By default user privacy is
respected, but if they want others to know when they are in the space then
they could opt-in to triggering "door events".  I can see "door events"
being awesome hook-ins for door/entry related hacks or personalization of
space, but some won't want the system to do anything besides get them into
the space.

Robb, thanks for working on this.  I'd love to be able to get into the space
more easily.  I also have some fun ideas that would benefit from "door
events".  When are you typically around working on this project (or others)?

Jared-

On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 11:21 PM, Ryan Rawson <ryanobjc at gmail.com> wrote:

> - Protects the user's privacy - do not allow anyone, including admins
> and root level users, the ability to log, track, audit, or otherwise
> track the movements of any/all users.
>
> -ryan
>
> On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 7:35 PM, Robb Pope <dijjital at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey noisebridgers, I'm knee deep in the process of developing a web
> enabled
> > door access control system and I wanted to get some input on features you
> > think would be useful in a good all purpose door system.  I'm planning on
> > making it RFID with the ability to interface to it via computer software.
> > Here's a list of features I'm considering including.
> >
> > · Entrance Logging:   admins will be able to see at a glance who has used
> > the entrance through the SmartDoor Control software interface.  Date and
> > time will be logged for each “door event” (any time a user opens the door
> > via the RFID card system).
> >
> > · User Managemert:  through the software interface, admins will be able
> to
> > add, and delete users from any of the SmartDoor systems.  Users are
> stored
> > in the system by their actual name, not card ID.  This simplifies finding
> > entries in the log and managing the user database.
> >
> > · Scheduling:  Using the software interface, admins can set specific
> times
> > or ranges of time/dates that a user’s card will remain active.  This
> allows
> > certain users to have access to a space during specific hours or dates
> only.
> >
> > · Remote Access:  The admin can trigger a door open event directly
> through
> > the software on their computer.  Additionally the admin has the ability
> to
> > trigger a door open event remotely from another location by dialing into
> the
> > network.
> >
> > · SMS Notification:  Choose to be notified via SMS when specific users
> enter
> > the building.  Optionally control the system via SMS
> >
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