Convenience is usually king in access control systems. The easier a system is for users to navigate, the greater the compliance and the better the outcomes. While carrying an access credential in card or tag form or having it embedded into your smartphone is indeed convenient, there are still risks associated with this. All of these items could be lost, stolen, or damaged, leaving the user unable to access the building and creating potential for security breaches.
Biometric security systems are no longer confined to Hollywood films and secret government agencies. Fingerprint, facial, and iris recognition are becoming increasingly popular in a wide range of environments, including access control in commercial offices. You can’t forget to bring your face or your fingers to work like you might with a physical credential, and it is extremely unlikely that they would be lost or stolen.
Seamless integration in access control for businesses
ATRIUM access control offers a native integration with our ievo biometric fingerprint readers. The integration allows sites operating an ATRIUM system to seamlessly incorporate ievo fingerprint readers into the system. Users have their fingerprint data registered as an access credential within ATRIUM; when they present their finger to the ievo reader, the system identifies the user in ATRIUM and then grants or denies access depending on the user’s entry rights.