So, what is a biometric access control system? Well, unlike fobs or cards, which can be stolen, borrowed or even forgotten, biometric access control cannot be transferred and offers many advantages over standard security solutions and is surprisingly affordable.
Biometric access control has gained popularity over the last decade with organisations opting for fingerprint access control and face recognition access control as a more secure method of authentication than a card or coded entry.
Here at Computime, we have two different options for when it comes to using biometric access control, these two and their benefits for your company can be found below.
Fingerprint Door Entry System
Employing a high-performance touch-based area sensor, the readers capture and transfers the fingerprint templates to the controller for verification and matching in less than 1 second. Users simply place their finger on the sensor to gain access. Access granted or denied is then signaled through an internal sounder and fascia illumination.
And when you have our user-friendly access control management software in place you can quickly make changes to authorization levels, access times and add or remove users from a central database. Users are issued a set of permissions than grant them valid access to certain points of entry whilst ensuring that other locations are kept off-limits.
Multispectral Access Control System
Our multispectral access control system uses a fingerprint imaging technology incorporated into the sensor, enables the reader to operate in all environments with high-quality fingerprint images for any finger type. The Lumidigm sensor does this using multispectral imaging technology simultaneously reads the surface and subsurface to capture clear and clean images under a variety of conditions such as factory dirt, moisture and worn-out fingerprints.
And thanks to our user-friendly access control management software in place, you can quickly make changes to authorization levels, access times and add or remove users from a central database. Users are issued a set of permissions that grant them valid access to certain points of entry while keeping other locations off-limits.