We had powered revolving doors, they detected a body and start spinning. Your job to time your entrance. Security guard would push a button for people with walkers, canes, or just looking a bit frightened by the speed of the thing.
If by some break in the law of physics, you managed to get in and up to speed enough to push the door faster, it just would not, ever. The drive motor controlled the speed completely. If the sensor didn’t detect you, the doors stood solid until you put enough force to pop the emergency exit feature.
Forgot to add, if you stopped, dropped your cane, fell, or got a body part caught between the door and the frame. The door Stopped right there and backed off a couple of inches. No need for an alarm. When the doors did that the scream of the motor let everyone know. Still, don’t put your fingers in there, it would be a bad thing if it failed that one time.