Posts Tagged ‘fingerprint access control’

Videx to show Fingerprint Access Control at NSI Installer Summit

Videx to show Fingerprint Access Control at NSI Installer Summit

Ideal for small offices, nurseries, schools and private residential dwellings, the B100 readers are designed to provide greater access control by using biometric technology to manage entry. This means that entry into and out of an area relies on a person’s unique characteristics, in this instance their finger print, rather than the requirement to carry a fob or remember a PIN number.

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ievo™ launches new spoof detection feature with its biometric reader

ievo biometric fingerprint reader

Recently securing a Police Port in the UK the ievo™ reader was subject to forensic investigation to render the biometric system fit for purpose. The forensic team at the Police Port constructed a false finger made from synthetic material and tested the reader to see if it could be duped by the non-live print.

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The Ievo Reader Blog!

iEvo blog

To get to know our customers a little better, we have set up our own blog! Not to bore you with facts and figures on biometrics, but more to keep you up to date with the latest issues on biometrics including privacy and vandalism. What do we think? we want to know what do you…

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