Biometrics - The Identification Method

The enrollment station is connected to the PC that runs the enrollment software and the concentrator database.

The first-time recording of fingerprint data is done with the enrollment station. The enrollment software files the recorded information as a reference template in the concentrator database.

The template is supplemented by a badge/personnel number and distributed to the individual Fingerprint terminals. This distribution takes place once. Afterwards, all data is managed directly in the terminal.

The terminal identifies the employee by matching the employee's fingerprint with a template containing the employee's personnel number. This comparison with all stored reference data is called one-to-many (1:n) matching.

With this trend setting procedure no badges are necessary - each person uses the fingerprint for identification.

Biometrics - The Verification Method

During verification a person's biometric data is recorded at the enrollment station, converted by an algorithm to a biometric reference data record, and transferred to the individual's badge.

The reader and fingerprint sensor are integrated into a reader module, that fits into many terminals and sub terminals.

This comparison is called one-to-one (1:1) matching. If the two data records match, the employee's identity is confirmed. Another advantage of this solution is that the employee's biometric data is stored on the badge and responsibility is with the holder.





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