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…

 

Bank call centers using voice verification

Call centers need to be able to quickly response to issues such as false identification and fraud since more and…

 

Different Fingerprint Types Affect the Verification Process

Fingerprint verification is the oldest, cheapest and most popular biometric scanning method because  fingerprint types are unique to each person….

 

History of Biometrics

Introduction The term “biometrics” is derived from the Greek words “bio” (life) and “metrics” (to measure). Automated biometric systems have…

 

Banks Are Now Embracing The Newer And Tougher Signature Verification System

Every branch of every bank maintains customer signatures on index cards or similar documents. These cards are physically stored in…

 

The importance of two-factor authentication

This is a guest post by Yutaka Deguchi, general manager of mofiria Corporation. In recent years, the use of “two-factor…

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