Faces lie, Fingerprints can’t!
Faces can lie, fingerprints can’t! Faces change; the shape, size, features and quantity of hair, male or female. Fingerprints are unique and although can change, for example if you burn your skin or have worn prints, the ridges and pores stay the same, therefore the same level of oxygen is retained. This is what keeps your fingerprints unique. Using biometrics for fingerprints, is therefore the most effective and accurate way to identify a person and perhaps keep a certain place secure. In criminal investigations, fingerprints is the most cost effective way to identify the person. A criminal cannot leave their face behind at a crime scene, but can leave their fingerprints. This is why the technique is the most common around the world today.
The thing with facial scanners also, is that the sensor is highly unreliable. Think about this way, if there is any light at all shining on the sensor, it will not work. Multi Spectral technology is available for fingerprint scanning which means the reader could be placed in direct sunlight and it will still work. Alternatively, it could be placed at below freezing temperatures and still, successfully read prints. A lot of the time people want to see a biometric fingerprint reader in action. To see is to believe! So ievo™ have provided you with a video and a couple of pictures to actually watch it in action. The ievo™ reader is perhaps one of the world leading biometric technologies. Securing embassies, banks, hospitals, childcare centres, schools, server rooms, sites etc. The list goes on.
However, to see our biometric reader working on a construction site along with turnstiles then click on this link to watch on YouTube. The video is only a minute long. Ievo Test Video on YouTube