Accuracy with Iris Scans

Accuracy with Iris Scans
The National Institute of Standards and technology (US Agency) released the results for the tested 92 iris recognition algorithms from 9 companies and software. The competition was held to test the precision of these products and how accurately a database of 2.2 million eye images could be identified. Although researchers and companies have been spending ...

Biometrics and the 2012 London Olympic Games

Biometrics and the 2012 London Olympic Games
Yes! The Olympic Games are on! We look forward to this every 4 years; the competition, the excitement, players, and yes, even the gossip. You may wonder how all the Olympians and facilities are being protected. The British company, Human Recognition System took on the role of protection the facilitating for the past 4 years ...

Door Access For Club Members 2

Door Access For Club Members
Access for your members Imagine how easy it could be to allow member access to only areas you have given rights to, to easily have time and attendance kept at low cost and less time, and remind users of upcoming classes and events with only one system! ACTAtek Access Control system allows you the freedom ...

Suprema Dual Technology Can Improve Your High Traffic Access 2

Suprema Dual Technology Can Improve Your High Traffic Access
Cutting out the time it takes for students and employees to clock in, Suprema now has a solution that brings down the cost of purchasing and installing many networked access control units in one area. Suprema, being the cutting edge company for improved access technology has created a 5” touch screen that has dual scanners. ...

How to Prevent Theft Using These 5 Options

How to Prevent Theft Using These 5 Options
If you live in a neighborhood with a high crime rate or on the verge of it, you may want to consider security measures to ensure that your possessions, you and your family members are protected. You need to know how to Prevent Theft. Depending on the situation and availability of funds, different actions can ...

In Need of Access Control

In Need of Access Control
What is access control? Access Control systems are used to give access to only those that you have enrolled to have access, entry into a particular area that you are securing or would like to give access to. Access can be given with a key fob, mifare or HID cards, fingerprint, or pin code. Why ...

What is a Mortise Latch?

What is a Mortise Latch?
When checking out the 1TouchXL or other mortise latch locks, you may wonder, “Have I ever seen a mortise latch?” These particular latches are almost always seen on office doors, hotel rooms, US doors from the 1940’s, and international style doors. They incorporate a deadbolt and teeth to create high security for these areas, where ...

5 Common Misconceptions About Biometrics

5 Common Misconceptions About Biometrics
Let’s go through the 5 Common Misconceptions About Biometrics. Biometric locks are hard to use! A common misconception about Biometrics Access Control Products and Home Locks are that they can be quite difficult to use. Biometrics products are created to provide ease of uses in a workplace or home environment. Almost all good companies that ...

Biometric Use in Day Care Facilities

Biometric Use in Day Care Facilities
Whether a concerned parent, employee, or owner of a daycare center, Biometric Door Access has been known to solve many worries. Lets go over the biometric use in day care. Security is a top concern for all parents when deciding on which day care facility to send their children to. Biometric door access control provides ...

Access Control Convenience at Work

Access Control Convenience at Work
What is access control? It indicates that something has control over a person in terms of interacting with a resource. A locked door is an example of access control. Only a person with a key or recognizable to the person inside can gain entry. An access control system is a great feature for any business. ...