“Biometric Devices – Provide a convenient and low-cost additional tier of security”

Pick your Biometric devices from  our range of  Fingerprint and Access Control Devices.  Our software products support different devices, allowing you to select Access Control Devices of your choice. Biometric devices are capable components, which can serve different individuals and organizations, ardently looking for first-rate security. Helpful in monitoring the activities of various people entering and leaving the organization, these devices are becoming mandatory security systems.

“Pick Your Biometric Devices”

If you find it difficult to choose the right Access Control Devices, please contact us with your requirement, and our support team will respond to you at the earliest with the best suggestions.

Fingerprint Biometric Devices

Fingerprint Time Attendance Devices Fingerprint scanning is currently the most widely used biometric technology. It relies on the uniqueness in human fingerprints. It is estimated that the likelihood of two individuals having the same fingerprint is less than one in a billion. Fingerprint have been used for an identification for over a century, more recently becoming automated (i.e. a biometric) due to advancement in computing capabilities. A Fingerprint Biometric Device ensures high security, high reliability, no proxy attendance and no error.

Hand Punch Biometric Devices

Hand Punch Devices Hand geometry readers positively identify users by the shape and size of their hands. Hand Readers provide a fail-safe method to ensure that the person who enters isn’t merely carrying someone else’s access card or PIN. For time and attendance, Hand Readers improve payroll accuracy and reduce costs by eliminating “buddy-punching” and removing the cost and administrative problems of badges. For identification applications, Hand Readers guarantee that people are actually who they say they are. It’s easy to use, accepted more readily by users, more accurate and much harder to deceive than other biometric technologies.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are biometric devices?

Biometric devices are technology used to identify or authenticate the identity of a person using one or more unique physical or behavioral characteristics, such as fingerprints, facial features, iris patterns, or voice recognition.

How do biometric devices work?

Biometric devices work by capturing and analyzing a person’s unique biometric data, such as a fingerprint or facial image, and comparing it to a stored template to verify the person’s identity.

What are some common types of biometric devices?

Common types of biometric devices include fingerprint scanners, facial recognition systems, iris scanners, and voice recognition systems.

Are biometric devices secure?

Biometric devices can be very secure, but it depends on the specific device and how it is implemented. Some biometric devices use encryption and other security measures to protect against hacking and fraud, while others may be more vulnerable.

Are there any privacy concerns with using biometric devices?

There are some privacy concerns with using biometric devices, particularly around the collection, storage, and use of personal biometric data. Some people may also be concerned about the potential for misuse of biometric data by governments or private companies