Restricted locations such as workplaces, government buildings, schools, hotels and other sensitive sites and locations require security measures to prevent unauthorized access. Traditional methods such as locks, keys and even RFID access cards are transferable and simple to replicate.

Biometric identification ensures that only authorized personnel gain entry to restricted areas since the physical presence of the person is required for authentication. Fingerprint sensors are typically placed in close proximity of access points and existing contactless infrastructure provides the platform required for organizations to upgrade their systems to support biometric-enabled authentication.

 Key Takeaways:

  • Superior level of security
  • Existing contactless infrastructure can be leveraged
  • Access based on physical presence of authorized personnel.