How it works



Optima is the software that allows you to manage your security system; including Access Control, CCTV, Anti-Intrusion Systems and Time & Attendance. The Optima database is encrypted using AED 128 bits and is protected by password protocols to ensure full GDPR compliance.



Optima Box is the server hosting Optima; connected to a dedicated IP or BUS nextwork, it is independent from your infrastructure for optimum stability and security. Optima runs on a Linux OS.



Optima software can be accessed locally or through a network connection. Flexibility and control on the go with Optima mobile. Full reporting suite including occupancy reporting, entry/ egress and exception reports.



Optima software can be used with RFID or Weigund readers, biometric or vein readers. It also integrates with cameras and anti-intrusion solutions, providing a comprehensive and efficient security system

Why Almas? The Right Security Solution, For Your Business

Almas will build you an integrated security solution to protect your site, assets and people. Full service solutions, advice on GDPR responsibilities and a range of payment options make Almas the logical choice.


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Biometric uses fingerprints or palm veins. Unlike standard solutions like keys, codes or cards, they can’t be shared or lost. It guarantees you to keep away unauthorised people and the reliability of your reports.

Biometric access control is identifying people by using their unique physical or behavioural informations to handle their access to premises or data.

Firstly, you enrol an employee by recording his fingerprints or finger vein network with a biometric reader. Then when he wants to open doors or access security areas, he uses his finger to gain access.