This can be seen in several models of technology, fingerprint mismatches often occur and cause long lines when accessing door access authentication. Now, as technology develops, the fingerprint system continues to be refined. The companies also competed to present the latest biometric systems.
HID Global as a major player in the field of biometric technology does not want to be left out. They move quickly to create the latest fingerprint scanning technology.
Where they combine the advantages of credentials with multispectral imaging technology that has been globally patented so that the use of biometrics can be done more broadly on door access control.
The HID Global fingerprint scanner named iCLASS SE® RB25F has a high performance that can dramatically improve the ability to capture and match fingerprints in less than one second. This can significantly reduce delays that were previously constrained by biometric solutions.
“Driven by increasing risks to corporate security, making biometric authentication one of the fastest-growing segments in the access control market,” said HID Global’s Vice President of Product Marketing, Physical Access Control Solutions, Stephen Carney in a press release.
The fingerprint biometric system
He explained the superiority of the combination of the Lumidigm multispectral imaging technology from HID Global and the durable construction of the scanner with an IP67 rating and anti-vandal IK09, allowing customers to use fingerprint authentication at various locations.
The scanner can also be configured over the network and is designed to facilitate the migration process from traditional fingerprint scanning solutions to existing ones.
HID multispectral fingerprint imaging technology can capture images from the surface and subsurface of the skin from all types of fingerprints from users of all ages. The results can be read quickly and accurately in conditions of cold, dry, dirty, wet and various other conditions.
Additionally, coupled with trusted liveness detection for spoof prevention, it allows the iCLASS SE RB25F scanner to provide real-time validation that fingerprints are genuine and owned by users who are physically present at the authentication point.
To maximize the level of security, the scanner includes built-in optical damage protection and supports Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP), as well as Seos®, HID technology for multiple authentications between the scanner and credentials.
Security administrators can download Software Manager from HID Global for free. This is a software to configure and manage one or more iCLASS SE RB25F scanners. Created on the basis of the user’s server and browser, Biometric Manager from HID Global is ideal for registering users’ fingerprints (for 1: 1 verification mode and 1: N identification mode), providing accurate access and performing many other functions.
This comprehensive tool can also be used securely to record all events on the door access control that the scanner has installed and improved the scanner’s performance through a TCP / IP connection remotely.
The latest iCLASS SE RB25F technology can be used with all popular industry-standard high-frequency credential technologies (including Mobile ID HID Mobile Access®, Seos, iCLASS SE, iCLASS®, MIFARE DESFire®, MIFARE® Classic). This product will be present in the Indonesian market in the third quarter of this year, precisely in September 2019.