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FOOD & DRINK


Whilst access control has


traditionally relied on PINs or swipe card technology as identifying


measures, biometrics offer a more adaptive solution.


records, along with a deeper layer of multi-level access security, all of which helps builds a sophisticated risk management technique to provide robust liability. This approach to security protocol could be seen as a benefit to risk management assessments, and has the potential to help reduce risk and insurance premiums.


The flagship of the ievo range, the CPNI-approved ievo ultimate, scans and captures data using multispectral imaging (MSI) technology where multiple light sources read not only the surface of the skin, but also data points from the subsurface level (up to 4mm deep) of a finger. These different light sources can penetrate levels of moisture and debris present on the skin to read data points below which produces a high number of uniquely identifiable data points to be recognised and used for a more accurate, reliable and efficient verification process.


The readers are also designed for both external and internal use and are equipped with an internal thermostat controlled heater allowing them to operate in conditions as low as -20˚C and, being IP65 rated, they also function in adverse weather conditions.


The readers can be installed to work with a variety of access points such as turnstiles, barriers, doors etc. and integrate into existing access control systems from well- known manufacturers such as Paxton, PAC, Honeywell and Nortech, with more integration options constantly being


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released. ievo systems can be customised with a variety of options depending on requirements of the installation/end user, but using biometrics as an identifier, food and drink process facility managers can be sure that only those with permissions will be able to access specific areas without the additional cost of dedicated access control staff.


“Biometric technology provides a solution that captures unique


biometric data to infallibly determine the identity of the individual who is present.”


The result is a highly secure recognition system unaffected by lost or stolen fobs or swipe cards and one that cannot be deceived by the entry of fraudulent PIN’s into numeric key pads, coupled with a data acquisition system that supplies reliable information for payroll, flexi- time, absenteeism control and holiday planning. Just as importantly, this flexible integration eliminates the need for multiple systems and installations, which can prove costly to both time and resources, and can be adapted or upgraded as businesses or properties grow and develop.


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