Biometric Access Control System
Biometric access control system by SECOM is the preferred access control solution for corporations and organisations like yours seeking an innovative, easily configurable and secure access system to secure your premises and safeguard your assets.
SECOM’s biometric system comes in a comprehensive range of options, including facial recognition (with temperature sensor), finger-vein, palm-vein, iris and fingerprint combined with user-friendly access management software, real-time door monitoring, CCTV system interface, visitor management and lift and lobby control capabilities.
In addition, SECOM also offers alternative access systems using physical or virtual access cards and QR code technologies.
This allows you to create a comprehensive access control system that enables you to secure and monitor your operations with ease and effectiveness, enhancing your security, business productivity, efficiency and profitability.
Value Added Service
Security design for biometric access control system
We work closely with you to design and provide advisory on the placement of the readers to control the various exit and entry points, eliminating potential vulnerable access points and taking into consideration the operational requirements of your premise.
With our many years of experience, we are also able to advise you on the type of readers and management software that best meet your unique and specific business access control requirements, and anticipate requirements due to the Pandemic situation.
Access Control Readers and Management Software
Together with our strategic partners, we provide an extensive range of readers and software solution, each with their own unique features and specifications.
These include smart access cards, mobile access ID, as well as biometric door access solutions using facial recognition (with temperature sensor), finger-vein, palm-vein, iris and fingerprint readers.
These systems can be easily combined with door and lift access control management, door monitoring, CCTV cameras and visitor management system to create a holistic protected environment.
All our solution are supported by our 24/7 Control Centre and around-the-clock technical support, always on standby to attend to any equipment fault or system lock-out that may occur.
Our pool of dedicated customer service and technical support teams are fully committed to respond to any incident or technical issue in the shortest possible time, to ensure maximum protection with minimum downtime.
To learn more about our biometric access control system solution, get in touch with us now
A biometric access control system verifies an individual’s unique physical biometric traits to decide whether they should be granted entry into a building or a specific room. It operates by comparing the person’s face, fingerprint, iris, palm, or hand geometry to stored biometric templates of authorized users.
When there is a match, the individual is permitted access, whereas if there is no match, access is denied. It offers substantial physical security advantages for safeguarding various premises from unauthorized entry.
In biometric access control systems, the 4 main types used biometric identifiers are fingerprints, facial recognition, voice recognition, and palm or finger vein patterns. These unique physical characteristics are compared to stored templates to determine whether an individual is authorized to access a restricted area.
The implementation of biometric access control systems enhances security by providing a simple yet secure alternative to passwords and tokens, thus reducing the risks associated with traditional password-based solutions and ensuring proof of identity to boost access control.
Here are seven advantages of using a biometric access control system:
- Improved security
- Increased accuracy
- Improved accountability
- Reduced costs
- Prevention of fraud
Overall, the advantages of using a biometric access control system make it a reliable and secure solution for businesses and organizations seeking to control access to secure areas.
In the past, biometric access control systems have been employed to enhance security by adding an additional layer of authentication. For example, this may involve using an identification card to establish identity and a fingerprint to verify that the individual is indeed the person they claim to be.