Biometric Access Control System improves prison security
A Biometric Access Control System can significantly improve the overall level of security within any prison, ensuring the fact that just authorized members of personnel have access to specific areas within a specified time-frame.
A county jail in Georgia, the United States, will soon implement a new and modern biometric access control system, which will require guards to scan their fingers in order to gain entry through certain doors. According to the original news story, the system will also “ensure the deputy has a heartbeat before granting access.”
The introduction of biometric access control into a correctional facility would seem to be a perfectly logical application of the technology, which seems to be deployed more often to keep people out of secured places than to lock them in.
Tensor Biometric Access Control Systems – Secure access for complete peace of mind
Tensor has an extensive experience in developing and installing high-end, highly reliable, yet quite affordable biometric access control systems.
The Tensor plc T34xx biometric readers are capable of easily creating access rights based on the users’ specific biometric data and are housed within an elegant, sleek case.
You can control most standard types of internal/external electronic door releases and physical security devices such as barriers and turnstiles making full use of location points, whether in full view or hidden out of sight.
Tensor Access Control is modular in design, and has the advanced capability of being able to be adapted and extended to integrate with a time and attendance system seamlessly and without complication.
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