The main purpose of installing a biometric access control system is to provide access to authorized individuals only. Biometric access control systems are sophisticated and effective tools that offer great control and security in your home and organization.
Traditional access control systems may require smart cards or ID cards to provide access to authorized users, but this system requires fingerprints to offer access to people. Actually, biometric systems store fingerprint images and must be suitable for verifying individual identities.
Most of these systems use fingerprints to provide access, but some biometric systems also use retinal scanning, iris (colored muscular diaphragms that make up the colored parts of the eye), hand geometry, and facial recognition technology.
Whether it is used to access a building or a secure building, secure restricted locations inside, software, data on your computer or for time and attendance management, biometric technology has proven the ideal tool for all. Biometric systems identify certain people accurately from the crowd. The system scans people individually and according to criteria.
This biometric access control system is safer, functional, reliable, and efficient compared to traditional ID cards or swipe card systems because it recognizes fingerprints for each entity.
This system effectively records and stores attendance calculation data and provides the most precise results. It also reduces administrative costs because it carries out all administrative work efficiently.