Sygma 3


The SYGMA 3 software is the  ‘SYstem for the General Management of Access’ for the centralisation of access control with retractable bollards.

SYGMA 3 enables the general management of all remote access constituent parts (bollards, automation, badges/cards, video, intercoms...)

Networked operation using functionalities of today’s communication media:

The SYGMA 3 application can be installed on one or several networked workstations.


It is organised around several modules:

  • The NEXUS communication kernel (core).
  • The Centralised Technical Management: (referred to as ‘GTC’) module based on asynoptic of controlled areas.
  • CASCAM : The software for access control with contactless card
  • Several management tools such as look-up of archives and statistics.
  • And finally, basic administration and maintenance tools.


 G.T.C Synoptic

  • Remote control of access (simple opening or with a ticket, forcing the bollard down…)
  • Visualisation of the access overall status (bollard retracted / upward, in motion, loops active or in default...)
  • Details on the access site to do a check-up of all access slave components : bollards, (bariers) PLCs, loops, compressors, lights, push button, timers, readers, connections...) 
  • (Real time 3D visualisation)
  • List of Events, Alarms and défault



  • The CASCAM (secured access control with memory card) module software is designed to run data bases of users’ cards.
  • CASCAM also offers management from several PCs, thus allowing users’ cards to be entered and processed directly from the local municipal administration in charge.


Archives and statistics

  • Consulting the archives and editing statistics is an important part of post-exploitation.
  • Indeed, in addition to the real-time monitoring of events with G.T.C, a visualization over time of the life of the system is an indispensable tool for the management of the equipment and the controlled area..



  • Communications between main server PC and remote equipments on site is based on a Cluster of SQL Servers.
  • The management and operation PCs are connected to the main SQL server.
  • The network SQL TCP / IP can use all existing channels of data exchange:
    • TCP/IP Communication (Ethernet, ADSL, WI-FI, GSM…)
    • Optical Fibre connection
    • Wired DSL connection