Archive for the ‘Biometric Systems’ Category

Visitor Management System, an Overview

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Visitor Management System Gone are the days of primitive visitor management! Electronic devices for the process are the need of the day. Areas with a large number of visitors adopt the services of this system to keep a track of the people checking in and out of the building. Schools use the system to prevent… Read more >>

Why a Biometric or Fingerprint Safe?

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Why would you want to have a safe that will open only to your fingerprints? Is it really any more secure than any other safe? Before I discuss that, I’ll briefly review what biometric means. The word can be broken down into two root words that explain it all. Bio – meaning life or living… Read more >>

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Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

A fingerprint scanner is an intelligent device which takes place of a human analyst by collecting a Fingerprint sample and comparing it to other samples on record. It has optical scanners and detectors which scans and record the unique pattern of Fingerprint ridges on the skin. A fingerprint scanner system has two basic objectives: (1)…. Read more >>

Next Level Security System – Biometric Door Access Control

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Security is always concern whether you buy a new home, office or any private or public sectors. Whenever you want to buy a new home or want to go somewhere a safety is the main point that you first consider. Technology is also growing very fast and some bad factors like terrorism along with technology… Read more >>


Friday, April 1st, 2011

Features of Video Server: A good video server records, stores, and plays back multiple streams of video without any degradation in the video signal. Broadcast quality video servers often store hundreds of hours of compressed audio and video, play out multiple and synchronized simultaneous streams of video, and offer quality interfaces such as Serial Digital… Read more >>


Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

The science of measurement and analysis of biological data is known as biometrics. The biological data mainly refers to certain unique characteristics of the human body. These characteristics include fingerprints, eye retinas and irises, DNA, facial patterns, voice patterns, hand measurements etc. They serve as excellent parameters for biometrics due to the fact that they… Read more >>

Biometric technology: Smarter Way to Manage Your Visitors

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

With Visitor Management System, Visitor management was always an issue in bigger companies, So here is a new Visitor Management System based on biometric technology which works automatically without any supervision to track visitors. Now you can manage your resources to other places rather than to manage visitors. This system is embedded with new technology… Read more >>


Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Serial transmission technology is increasingly used for the transmission of digital data. A large number of up-to-date communications networks apply serial transmission. The numerous applications include computer networks for office communications, Access Control, building and manufacturing automation, Internet etc. Serial data transmission implies that one bit is sent after another (bit-serial) on a single transmission… Read more >>


Friday, October 22nd, 2010

.Management The plans involving security management are the most important element of any risk management strategy. The plans must define who is responsible for the management of security and how that management is to be implemented. The treatment plan must include: • An organisation plan that clearly defines the global outcome required and the charter… Read more >>


Friday, October 8th, 2010

The incorporation of computer intelligence and network connectivity into devices and systems—the basic convergence influence—allows systems to be of greater and greater real-time benefit to the systems users. The widespread deployment of personal computers and networks has resolved, for all practical purposes, the connectivity barrier. Driven by relentless customer demand for improved systems, a number… Read more >>