Over 200 days of National Lockdown and a second harsher wave of Covid-19, our “old” normal might be further away than anticipated. With the uncertainty of the longevity of the virus, it is time to reflect and to make much-needed changes to “lower the curve”.
Contactless Access Control will not only improve sanitation & safety of employees, but it’s one less thing to remember before you leave the house, as your biometric credentials are a part of you.
Biometric data is extracted from a human body part (a face, a finger or an iris) through the isolation of multiple reference points converted via an algorithm into a digital record (‘template’). This template is stored in the biometric device or on a server and used as the reference for comparison with data extracted by the device each time an individual requests access. Once the two data sets match, the individual gains access.
Electronic security has been evolving and adjusting in contactless access control before it was the new norm.