Harnessing the power of Fingerprint Biometrics

Fingerprint identification & recognition is undoubtedly the most effective and largely utilized method of biometrics used to identify and verify the identity of an individual. This is because fingerprints are one of those inexplicable twists of nature that all human beings happen to naturally have built-in, literally at their fingertips. This fact makes it the easiest to use biometric identification technique.

HT IS-35

  • 4G, WiFi & ADSL
  • Live Fingerprinting
  • GPRS Data Centralization
  • 3-in-1 Authentication
  • Built-in Battery Supports Handheld
  • 6 Attendance Function Keys

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HT FC-35

  • Biometric Fingerprint Reader
  • 4G Upgradable
  • Live Fingerprint Detection
  • Live HD Camera
  • 3G, WiFi & ADSL Communication
  • Access Control & Time Attendance

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Fingerprint identification technology is a highly sophisticated and widely utilized biometric method that employs the unique patterns and ridges present on an individual's fingertips to accurately verify and authenticate their identity. All humans have tiny ridges and valleys of skin on their fingertips, formed through a combination of genetic and environmental factors, building unique fingerprints for each human being. Even identical twins have unique fingerprints. By capturing and analysing the distinct ridge patterns, including loops, whorls, and arches, this technology creates a comprehensive and highly secure digital representation of a person's fingerprint. These digital fingerprints are then compared against an existing database to determine a match, enabling rapid and reliable identification. With its exceptional accuracy and speed, fingerprint identification technology has found extensive applications in various sectors, including law enforcement, access control systems, and mobile devices. Its non-intrusive nature, combined with its near impossibility to forge or replicate, makes it a trusted and effective solution for personal identification, enhancing security and ensuring a seamless user experience across a wide range of applications.

  • A fingerprint cannot be guessed like guessing a password
  • Fingerprints are much harder to fake than identity cards
  • Fingerprints cannot be misplaced like misplacing an access card
  • Fingerprints cannot be forgotten like forgetting a password
  • Comparatively small space is required to store a biometric template
  • More history, research, and design
  • Relatively inexpensive with high levels of accuracy

Biometric Fingerprint identification systems are widely accepted in, Time & Attendance Recorders, HR Automation, Physical Access Control, Law Enforcement Forensics, Civil Identification, Background Checking, Employment, Adoption/Foster Parenting, Border Control/Visa Issuance, work force management, Logical/Network Access Control, Identity Verification for International Travel Documents (passports, visas), Device Access Control (e.g., PDAs, mobile devices), Identity Theft Protection, Payments Authorization etc.

Over the several years of advancement in finger recognition technology, several types of fingerprint sensors like Optical, Ultrasonic, Passive capacitance, Active capacitance etc. were industrialized. Optical fingerprint sensors use imaging technology, capturing a digital image of the print using visible light. Ultrasonic sensors make use of the principles of medical ultrasonography using very high frequency sound waves to create visual images of the fingerprints. Capacitance sensors rely on principles associated with capacitance to form fingerprint images. To function accurately, the fingerprint scanner systems are coupled with software that uses highly complex algorithms to recognize and analyse the captured fingerprint image.

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