The key goal to install the biometric access control system is to provide them access to authorized individuals only. A biometric access control system is an advanced and effective tool that offers great control and security at your home and organization.
Traditional access control systems may require a smart card or ID card to grant access to authorized users, but these systems need a fingerprint to offer access to persons.
The biometric system stores a fingerprint image and it should match to verify the individuals' identity. Most of the systems use fingerprints to provide access, but some biometric systems also use retinal scans, iris and geometry, and facial recognition technology.
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Whether it is being used to access secured premises or building, secure restricted locations within, software, data in your computer, or for time and attendance management, biometric technology has proved an ideal tool for all.
A biometric system identifies a specific person accurately from the crowd of people. The system scans the persons individually and matches the criteria.
These biometric access control systems are more secure, functional, reliable and efficient as compared to the traditional ID card or swipe card system as it recognizes the fingerprint for each entity.
This system effectively records and stores the attendance calculation data and delivers the most precise results. It also reduces the administrative cost because it does all administrative jobs efficiently.