Biometric access control refers to a specific example of access control, which is the business of authorizing personnel to enter a closed quarters or gain access to a restricted object. Biometric access control is the science and technology of the business as it relates to analyzing biological data as a means to control access. Biometric access control features can measure various human characteristics like a person’s fingerprint, their eye retinas and irises, their vocal patterns, facial shapes and hand measurements.
Biometric access control is very effective at promoting security within professional companies, as it would be anywhere from extremely difficult to impossible to fake a biological imprint.
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