Biometric Access Control Sale,Maintain and Installation Engineer
Biometrics is automated methods of recognizing a person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristic. Among the features measured are face, fingerprints, hand geometry, handwriting, iris, retinal, vein, and voice. Biometric data are separate and distinct from personal information. Biometric templates cannot be reverse-engineered to recreate personal information and they cannot be stolen and used to access personal information.
Using a unique, physical attribute of your body, such as your fingerprint or iris, to effortlessly identify and verify that you are who you claim to be, is the best and easiest solution in the market today. That is the simple truth and power of Biometrics Technology today. Although biometric technology has been around for many years, modern advances in this emerging technology, coupled with big reductions in cost, now make biometrics readily available and affordable to consumers, small business owner, larger corporations and public sector agencies alike.
There are many biometric physical access security solutions for many different needs. Whatever the size of your security needs.
Micro Speed Technologies & Power Solution will provide solutions designed for many different levels of security needs, whether just one office computer or a large military bunker requiring biometric identity authentication for every door and every computer.
These companies offer affordable and realistic physical access control biometrics solutions for whatever you security needs:
The New Generation of Smart Devices in Biometrics for Access Control enhances building security, internal communications, and employee management , at a significantly lower total cost of ownership than previous biometric systems for physical access control.
Whether being used to access a building, secure restricted locations within, or for time and attendance management, biometric authentication technology has come a long way. Just a few years ago, the debate surrounding biometrics was focused on whether biometrics were accurate and could handle large populations, among many other operational issues. Today, these arguments are closed: the focus now is on enhancing the value associated with accurate and secure biometric authentication.
Today, biometric security devices do much more than authentication: they also provide the right level of security, at the exact places needed, and are able to adjust dynamically the level of authentication necessary for ever-changing threat levels.
These capabilities only increase in importance as modern physical access control systems also begin to converge with other building management and communication devices. To manage employees, visitors, and contractors better, and protect important areas -- executive floors, data centers, and research labs -micro speed technologies & power solution are deploying physical security systems, video surveillance cameras, and time and attendance systems,fire and smoke dectector alarm system at your corner.
Biometrics access control includes everything that requires identity authentication by scanning a person’s unique physical characteristics. It is used where high security is a necessity due to its superiority compared with conventional access control methods. Hospitals, police, the military as well as the financial industry all use physical access biometrics for the purpose of greater security and efficiency.
The most common Biometrics access control applications are in access control devices for doors and computers with highly confidential and important information or high level network access.
They often use fingerprint recognition or biometric 2D barcode ID cards to authenticate the user’s identity. Iris, face and vein recognition are also used in access control applications.
Biometrics access control devices and software store digital information that has been gathered from scanning the user’s physical characteristic. To access the information or area protected by a biometric device, the laser sensors must recognize the unique pattern of the user’s physical characteristic and match it with its stored digital template.
Biometric devices use an algorithm to match templates and authenticate the user’s identity therefore false acceptance and rejection rates are remarkably low.
The most remarkable thing about Biometrics access control as opposed to conventional security solutions is its ability to capture complex and detailed images of physical traits, encode this in files and compare sets of data within seconds. This advanced technology has become a serious option for the average homeowner and is essential in office buildings, hospitals and military bases. It requires advanced software and middleware to successfully maintain a biometric security network for physical access but the security provided is unmatched.
In south east Asia, especially Japan and South Korea, common applications include ATM access and other financial industry uses. Everything from accessing an ATM to withdraw money to the safes in bank vaults require biometric identity authentication to gain access.
Biometrics access control applications are increasing and becoming more common in day to day life. Biometric identity authentication provides much greater financial security and safety from identity thieves and hackers. Passwords and PIN numbers can be stolen or discovered and subsequently exploited by criminals over the internet as well as banking and commerce networks.
Physical access control with biometrics effectively eliminates the risk that exists with online passwords and PIN numbers as physiological characteristics are nearly impossible to forge.
Secure networks reinforced by biometric physical access control reduce the risk of human error as well as the risk of data loss. Both businesses and government institutions can run more efficiently, safely, securely and profitably by securing their assets and valuable private information.
Physical access biometric devices and software also provide the identity management infrastructure to maintain many identity authentication codes and integrate into the system new ones while discarding the templates for old ones and to differentiate a specific image from potentially millions of others.
Switching from conventional security measures to biometric physical access control eliminates the need for multiple passwords and different processes and integrates all access allowance into one touch of the finger, or scan of the eye, or swipe of a 2D barcode card. Therefore physical access biometric applications not only enhance security but also efficiency in the workplace.