Access Control

Access control is a security method that controls who or what may see or utilize resources in a computing environment. It is a fundamental security strategy that minimizes risk to the business or organization.


Fingerprint recognition is commonly viewed as one of the most efficient and oldest types of biometric authentication. Fingerprints are easy to make and can be validated by comparing the patterns’ distinctive loops, arches, and whorls.

Facial recognition software analyzes the geometry of the face, including the distance between the eyes, the distance from the chin to the forehead, and numerous other points on a person’s face.

Facial Recognition

Voice Recognition

The form of a person’s vocal tract, which includes the nose, mouth, and larynx, influences the sound produced. Behaviorally, each person’s method of saying anything — movement changes, tone, speed, accent, and so on – is likewise unique.

The colorful part of the human eye in the form of a ring is known as the iris. Biometric verification techniques can authenticate identity with remarkable precision by analyzing the distinctive folds of these muscles.

Iris Recognition

Thermal Camera

Thermal imaging systems generally detect a high body temperature accurately when used appropriately. They do not detect any other infection symptoms, and many people with COVID-19 can be contagious without a fever.