What is a Biometric Access Control System
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What is a Biometric Access Control System?

Biometric access control uses eye scanners, fingerprint readers or hand geometry readers to allow access into your building. Biometric security readers cannot be transferred like keys, cards or number sequences can. The person being granted access must be physically present in order to gain access to your area or building. C&I Show offers professional installation of commercial biometric access control systems. According to BiOENABLE, “Biometric Access Control is a system that holds the door for intruders and prevents them from accessing the resources by verifying them as unauthorized persons on the basis of biometrics authentication. In Biometric Access Control system, biometric authentication refers to the recognition of human beings by their physical uniqueness.

C&I Show Security Systems Offers Biometric Access Control Systems in Phoenix, AZ

C&I Show Security Systems is a GSA Contract Holder providing ADA Power Operations throughout the Phoenix, Arizona valley. Click here to see a full list of biometric access control systems we offer.

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