Baud Telecom Company provides complete physical access control solutions based on cutting edge Iris recognition and Biometric Authentication technology.
Iris recognition technology is simply taking a picture of the iris which is used solely for authentication but it offers tremendous advantages in being:
- Stable: the unique pattern of the human iris is formed by 10 months of age and remains unchanged throughout one’s lifetime.
- Unique: the possibility of two irises producing the same code is nearly impossible. The possibility of two irises matching is 1 in 1078
Flexible: Iris recognition technology easily integrates into existing security systems or operates as a standalone solution.
- Reliable: a distinctive iris pattern is not susceptible to theft, loss or compromise
- Non-Invasive: Unlike retinal screening, it is non-contact, quick, and offers unmatched accuracy when compared to other security alternatives.
- Fast: Iris recognition technology is capable of nearly 20 times more matches per minute than its closest competitor. Enrolment takes less then 2 minutes and authentication less than 2 seconds.
With a device activated by a proximity sensor, a subject is guided into position and an auto –focus camera takes a digital video of the iris.
The Innovative algorithm of the iris recognition process analyses the patterns of the iris and converts them into a 512-byte digital template which is stored in a database and communicated to Identification Control Units associated with portals where the subject has access privileges.
Upon approaching a portal protected by the iris recognition technology, Proximity sensors activate the Remote Optical Unit (ROU) when the subject nears the operational range of the unit. The same interface used in enrollment guides the subject into place. The ROU uses the same video and frame grabbing methodology to create, select and digitize an image to be compared against the stored value retained at enrollment. Once the iris is matched, either a direct signal is sent to activate the door or a weighed signal sent to access a central panel provides the impetus to open the door.