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Seamless Biometric Recognition

Seamless Biometric Recognition

Multi biometric enrolment for non-contact user authentication ideal for social distancing during COVID-19

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AFR8800Tx Face Recognition with Mask and Fever Detection Test video

ASIS Technologies Face Recognition terminal with Mask and Fever Detection capabilities provide an all-in-one solution for COVID safe environment. High accuracy of recognition and the extremely efficient setup make it suitable for every corporate facility ensuring security and health of everyone.

How to choose the right biometric technology for an access control system?

Fingerprint technology is most matured and has the best price to performance ratio due to its widespread availability and low cost of hardware. IRIS and blood veins recognition has very high accuracy due to the large number of minutiae that can be extracted. Due to recent advancements in the face recognition technology, this biometric recognition method is fast becoming the favourite choice among consumers for its convenience of usage, non-intrusive operation and most importantly much improved accuracy. Choose a face recognition reader with a NIST FRVT ranked algorithm.

How to combine Face Recognition (FR) with Fever Detection?

Face recognition works best with users standing in front of a camera and looking directly into the camera, usually with a recognition range of at least 0.5m. As a result of the read range and contactless application of this technology, FR is ideally suited for use with Covid-19 to minimize virus transmission.  A temperature measurement sensor in the FR terminal measures each person’s forehead temperature while an embedded AI engine verifies the absence or presence of a mask in a single pass. Use in combination, the FR terminal offers a truly secure, efficient and cost effective access control solution

Why is it important to integrate biometric enrolment into the Security Management software?

Many biometric products are sold as independent solutions with independent enrolment methods. This is highly unsecure and opens the opportunity to enrol any biometric feature belonging to others to a cardholder. An integrated biometric enrolment system overcomes this loophole and ensures any cardholder profile is first validated before enrolment of biometric features of the validated cardholder in a single pass.

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