Posted On: November 24, 2017/
Categorized In: Facial Recognition/
Written By: Starlink
The use of biometric controls are no longer restricted to the field of national security. Without waves and debates, it is now the part of our daily life and that of our children.
Biometric is the authentication of a person by his unique characteristics of the human body: the structure of the iris, the fingerprint and so on. For the algorithm to compare fingerprints with patterns and identify a person, it is necessary to ensure that high-resolution images are obtained. The benefits of using biometrics to track attendance and assuring access control in schools are undeniable, but the use of personal data of minors can mean specific risks. There is no doubt that the use of biometric technologies in schools will one day become the norm, the task is to be entirely responsible for their implementation.
Upgrading the Biometrics in Healthcare through the introduction of non-contact technology facilitates physical access to buildings while enhancing the security of logical access to networks, computers, documents, data and financial reporting. Also, smart access control prevents fraud, not only providing safe access to premises but also allowing safe banking transactions. They eliminate the need to use keys that are easy enough to lose.
The transition to a unified platform for the use of access controls system gives the users an opportunity to move to new technologies at their own pace, convenient for them, depending on how much their budgets and resources allow. Due to the possibility of the phased introduction of new technologies, they can lay a solid foundation for the development of services and increasing competitiveness in the education market.