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All biometric access control is designed on the premise that every person is unique and can be identified by their features; such as a fingerprint. One of the benefits of this type of system is that you can be sure that no one has passed on their card, tag or pin number.
We can install: fingerprint readers, retinal eye scanners and hand geometry readers. Like all types of access control systems, they can be used to track people’s movements and provide roll call and time and attendance reporting. We can incorporate a combination of biometric and traditional card and proximity readers.
Used to restrict entry to doors and specific areas within a building. It works by scanning a fingerprint and attempting to match it against one that has been pre-stored. If it recognises a match, it will open the door.
Use field-proven hand geometry technology that maps and verifies the size and shape of a person’s hand all in less than one second. They work in conjunction with your overall access control solution.
A retinal scan is performed by casting an unperceived beam of low-energy infrared light into a person’s eye as they look through the scanner’s eyepiece. The pattern of variations is digitised and stored in a database and used as security access.