The main purpose of installing a biometric access control system is to allow access only to authorized persons. The biometric access control system is a powerful and effective tool that provides excellent control and security in your home and organization.
Traditional access control systems may require a smart card or badge to allow authorized user access. However, this system requires fingerprints to allow people to access. In fact, the biometric system stores fingerprint images and must be a match to verify people's identities.
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Most of these systems use fingerprints to provide access, but some biometric systems also use scanning of the retina, iris (the colored muscle membrane that makes up the colored part of the eye), hand geometry, and facial recognition technology.
Biometric technology has proven to be the ideal tool for everyone, whether it is to access a safe place or building, for a safe room inside, for software, data on your computer, or to manage time and attendance. The biometric system identifies a specific person from the crowd. The system scans the faces one by one and meets the criteria.
This biometric access control system is more secure, functional, reliable and efficient than traditional ID or fingerprint systems because it recognizes the fingerprints of any entity. This system efficiently records and stores traffic calculation data and provides the most accurate results. It also reduces administrative costs as all administrative activities are carried out efficiently.