How does one control access to offices, clubs, gyms, when a high degree of traffic walks through your doors – especially at specific peak times? And by control, we mean really know who exactly is walking through your door.
Biometrics, which is biological identification, is becoming more prevalent in identifying people as a means of security control. Scanning palms of hands, fingers and back of the hand has been termed “Vein Authentication” which uses optical technology and image recognition. These scans are highly accurate and of course, are very hard to impersonate.
At KRS, we have worked with palm vein readers and security systems such as the image shown and integrated this software into gym management systems, such as KRS Club.
Contact Steve Randles for more information.