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Advance Access

Advance Access products and services are useful at a variety of places, including museums, plants, service stations and shopping centers. Advance Access Control Solutions include automatic and revolving doors, turnstiles, easygate turnstiles,
ticket entry terminals etc.

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Explainer: Iris Recognition

Iris recognition is the process of recognizing a person by analyzing the random pattern of the iris. The automated method…

 

Explainer: Gesture recognition

Gesture recognition has been defined as the mathematical interpretation of a human motion by a computing device.  Gestures can originate…

 

How social login is pushing passwords into an early grave

By Deepak Gupta, CTO & Co-Founder of LoginRadius Passwords are a thing of the past. They’re too hard to remember, they don’t…

 

How do biometric cards work?

Biometric smart cards with embedded fingerprint sensors for use in payments or access control applications have been developed and released…

 

Explainer: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two-factor authentication, or 2FA, is a method of accessing computing and financial resources or physical facilities, with more than just…

 

Explainer: Biometric presentation attack detection and liveness checks

Biometrics as an authentication method have rapidly caught on not just for their accessibility, ease of use and being contactless,…

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