What is Touchless Biometric Technology?

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Biometric Technology is rapidly evolving into various dimensions especially in recent years and it is widely being implemented in almost every sector due to its reliable user authentication aspects.

Now biometric technology has extended itself from fingerprint verification to Touchless User Identification. Currently, there are wide range of user identification procedures available based on fingerprint, iris, retina, face as well as palm. Each with unique features and applications.

The revolutionary touchless biometric technology utilizes biological aspects such as palm and facial attributes to identify individuals at a safer distance without any physical contact providing several advantages in maintaining hygienic environment and reduces the spread of infections and germs.


Advantages of Touchless Biometric System

High Speed Recognition

Contact-based fingerprint systems often fail to recognition individuals despite multiple attempts. This can be extremely annoying especially at the peak of office hours. Whereas, Touchless biometric verification offers the fastest way of user identification in less than a second just by displaying palm or face in front of the system.


Reliability

Touchless user identification procedures employ advanced biometric algorithms with powerful anti-spoofing mechanisms which effectively distinguish fake entities from actual users offering accurate user-authentication. In fact, false rejection ratio and false acceptance ratios are significantly low in touchless biometric systems.


User-Friendly

Touchless Biometric Solutions offers the most convenient way of user- identification. There is no much effort required for user to verify themselves as the system recognizes users at wide range of angles and distance.


Superior Performance

Touchless biometric devices provide enhanced security and rapid user identification without compromising on accuracy. Furthermore, these devices consist of larger storage capacity compared to contact-based biometric devices. In addition, verification is carried out on a much larger surface taking all aspects into consideration compared to single finger in convention biometric systems.


Safe & Secure

Contactless biometric systems eliminate hygiene concerns of users and lower the risk of infectious germs spreading from one individual to another.


Durability:

Touchless biometric devices are designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions and hence tend to have fewer failure points owing to negligible maintenance and service requirements.