Pinellas County

Pinellas County Fl Access Control

  • Keypad, Card & Fob Keyless Entry Systems
  • Biometric Access Control Systems
  • RFID readers and transmitters
  • Security Gates

Secure your premises, make it your mission. With an access control system, you can empower yourself to keep out anyone who shouldn't be there. If you're looking for advanced door access control systems in Pinellas County Orlando Fl, FDC is here to help. We offer customizable and remote systems that cater to your unique requirements. We've got certified professionals who deliver exceptional services with proven technology and customer support that's second to none. Protect your property now, and you'll be glad you did.

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Automatic Doors
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Security Gates
Parking Guidance
Crash Barriers
Tilt Gates
Access Control
Revenue Parking
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Card Access
Rolling Steel Doors
Automatic Gates
Barrier Gate

Additional benefits of access control system installation include:

– Easily manage access rights
– Monitor entry and exit in real time
– Improve workplace productivity
– Prevent theft and property damage
– Control access to restricted areas for safety
– Track user and visitor location and frequency
– Get alerted to unauthorized access
– Manage access control remotely via mobile 24/7

Pinellas County Orlando Fl

Pinellas County, on Florida’s west coast, is a 280-square mile peninsula bordered by the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay. From tip to tip, the county is 38 miles long and 15 miles wide at its broadest point. Discovered in 1528 by Panfilo de Narvaez, our name comes from the Spanish words punta pinal, meaning “point of pines.”

Early inhabitants of Pinellas were Native Americans, and many large shell mounds have been found throughout the county, including in Philippe Park in Safety Harbor.

Originally a part of Hillsborough County, Pinellas became a separate county in 1912. According to the 2020 Census, our current population is 959,107, which makes us the 7th most populous county in Florida.

Thanks in part to our ideal year-round climate, Pinellas County is a popular destination to visit, live, and work, with attractions and amenities appealing to singles, couples, retirees and families. Three of the Top Ten Beaches in the Nation are located in Pinellas County. Our Parks & Conservation Resources department maintains 4,242 acres of pristine Florida landscapes and 15,525 acres of preserves. Over 45,000 businesses call us home, with an emphasis on health services, tourism, manufacturing, and financial services.

Pinellas County is served by Interstate 4, which runs east and west, and Interstate 75 and Highway U.S. 19, which are north and south connections.