Many biometric service providers have proprietary systems that only work with their hardware, which can lock customers in a box.
Securlinx solutions are flexible. They work with any biometric device, giving you an adaptable and cost-effective solution that will make the most of your existing investment in technology.
Enrollment is the process of entering a new biometric template and identifier into a database, usually entered along with other information about the individual. This links them to an organizational department and a set of data privileges.
Securlinx offers an enrollment and database system that can support a range of biometric identity methods, such as fingerprint, facial image or palm vein. This multi-modal feature is built into all Securlinx products and provides carries three important benefits:
- Layering of biometric identifiers so that a person would need to provide two or more biometrics to be positively identified
- Storage of multiple biometrics for each person in the database in case the user later chooses to change the biometric identifier required for identification
- Shared access to the enrollment database by departments that rely on different biometrics, greatly simplifying identity management throughout the organization
Securlinx solutions are used to control physical access to a secure facility, often with a customer’s existing personnel databases and infrastructure, such as an ID card or PIN system.
With Securlinx, customers can create a safer environment by preventing unauthorized individuals from entering restricted areas. They also benefit by extending the capabilities of their existing security operations, eliminating the need for additional employees to monitor restricted areas.
Our access control solution is biometric agnostic. It can be deployed using any combination of available biometrics, such as facial image, fingerprint, palm vein or iris scan. Our system is fully BioAPI compliant.
Securlinx has a real-time closed-circuit facial recognition application for identity management and access control.
It captures facial images from a video stream and compares them with images stored in a database. Once a subject has been identified, security personnel are notified based on a user-configured prompt or alert, greatly increasing the effectiveness of existing security staff.
As facial-recognition technology has improved, Securlinx has incorporated these advances into its system to ensure our clients have state-of-the art capabilities.