Security challenges in the 21st century have increased the need for sophisticated access control technology. While access cards offer some level of protection, they can be lost, stolen or duplicated. However, biometrics can offer an increased level of protection in preventing unauthorized entry.
Biometric technology relies on the previously stored data of an individual in order for said individual to gain access into a building or section of a building. This data can include fingerprints, palm prints, iris scans or face scans (facial recognition technology).
Once an individual’s data has been stored on the keyless entry device, the device automatically grants entry access to that person, upon scanning their face, iris, finger(s), palm, etc. depending on the type of biometric device used and the level of security needed.
Because this data is unique to each individual, it is much more difficult to duplicate and therefore provides a maximum level of security, especially in comparison to other access control methods.
Hoganguards installs this technology at banks, government offices, laboratories, and other businesses that require a high level of security.