Facial Recognition Systems (Access Control)
MULTI BIOMETRIC 700 FINGERPRINT & FACIAL READER DEVICE
Facial recognition system
MultiBio 700 Biometric Time Attendance Product Descriptions
MultiBio 700 is a new generation multiple biometric identification product featuring standard integration with Facial recognition, Fingerprint recognition, PIN recognition and optional with RFID mode. This allows for a facial identification algorithm which captures the relative position, size, and shape of user’s eyes, nose, cheekbones, and jaw features. These feature templates are used as verification data features, when users verify themselves on the MultiBio 700 by deconstructing the captured features into values which are compared with the templates to eliminate variance.
The MultiBio 700 may hold 400 face templates (optional extra of 3,000) without dividing groups. The default identification mode is Fingerprint & Face. In addition, as it is a semi-professional access control facial device, it may work with the third party such as electric lock, alarm, door belling sensor and so on, in order to improve security for human life and enterprise information.
MultiBio 700 Biometric Time Attendance Features
Facial Recognition System
Time Access and Automotive Systems range of biometric solutions includes a series facial scanner. Our latest biometric facial recognition scanner provides improved mapping of a person's facial features when identifying someone using video or still image. Biometric facial readers can be used in a wide variety applications where a non contact biometric solution is required.
Technology in recent years that's become increasingly popular for use in time and attendance systems for verifying employee attendance at the workplace. Non contact usage by the user, makes this the ideal biometric solution for the food industry, or where hygiene is of utmost importance. Our facetime system uses several techniques for improved accuracy when mapping a person's face.
The first generation of facial readers used the 2D method, which only measured the distances between various points on a person's face. Later replaced by the 3D method operating very much like the hand scanner geometry system, it now measures facial contours as well as distances between facial features. More cleverly, the latest method we use also involves skin texture analysis by looking at spots and blemishes etc. TAS new FT series biometric facial reader uses a combination of all these methods for even better performance and reliability.