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Experience innovation with our 4 campus entry technologies. Select the one tailored to your preferences.

UHF RFID Readers

UHF RFID Readers

Contactless Operation: UHF readers allow for hands-free, contactless attendance tracking. Individuals can pass through the gate without needing to physically interact with any device, promoting a seamless and efficient process.

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Biometric + Turnstile Gate

With 100% effectiveness and total control, institutions can prevent unauthorized entry and manage gate security efficiently. The goal of an institution is to permit only authenticated individuals to access the campus.

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Face Based Authentication

Contactless Operation: Perfect for institutions aiming for unmanned gate operations. Individuals can pass through the gate without physically interacting with any device, ensuring a seamless and efficient process, especially for tracking attendance.

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NFC Readers

Utilize innovative technology with no reliance on hardware. The system is capable of functioning both online and offline with 100% efficacy. All operations are managed through a mobile app, eliminating the need for bulky hardware installation and infrastructure requirements.

PRICING: SAAS model as low as Rs. 15 per student per month OTC - one-time cost contact us.

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UHF RFID Readers

PROS

  • Long Reading Range: UHF technology allows for longer reading distances compared to other RFID technologies. This enables faster and more convenient attendance tracking, especially in scenarios where individuals need to pass through a gate or checkpoint quickly.
  • High Speed: UHF readers can process multiple tags simultaneously at high speeds, making them suitable for use in environments with a high volume of people, such as large events, conferences, or busy workplaces.
  • Scalability: UHF attendance systems are highly scalable and can accommodate a large number of users without compromising performance. This makes them suitable for organizations of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises.
  • Cost-Effective: UHF tags and readers are relatively cost-effective compared to other tracking technologies, making them an affordable option for businesses looking to implement attendance solutions without breaking the bank.
  • Versatility: UHF technology can be used in various applications beyond attendance tracking, such as asset management, inventory control, and access control, providing additional value and flexibility to organizations.

CONS

  • Interference: UHF signals can be susceptible to interference from nearby metal objects, liquids, and other RF devices operating in the same frequency range. This can affect the accuracy and reliability of the attendance tracking system, especially in crowded or challenging environments.
  • Line-of-Sight Requirement: UHF RFID systems typically require a clear line of sight between the reader and the tag for optimal performance. Obstructions or barriers between the reader and the tag can interfere with communication and lead to read errors.
  • Tag Orientation: UHF tags may require specific orientation or placement to ensure proper detection by the reader. Incorrect tag orientation or placement can result in missed reads or inaccuracies in attendance data.
  • Privacy Concerns: UHF RFID technology raises privacy concerns, as it can potentially track individuals without their knowledge or consent. Organizations must implement appropriate data protection measures and comply with relevant privacy regulations to address these concerns.
  • Limited Read Range in Certain Environments: While UHF technology offers long reading ranges in open environments, read range may be limited in indoor or obstructed settings, such as buildings with thick walls or metal structures. This can affect the effectiveness of the attendance system in certain locations.

Biometric +  Turnstile Gate

Biometric + Turnstile Gate

PROS

  • Enhanced Security: Biometric turnstile gates provide a high level of security by using biometric authentication methods such as fingerprint, iris, or facial recognition. This ensures that only authorized individuals are granted access, reducing the risk of unauthorized entry and enhancing overall security measures.
  • Accurate Identification: Biometric authentication methods offer a high degree of accuracy in identifying individuals, minimizing the likelihood of fraudulent access or identity theft. This accuracy helps organizations maintain better control over access to restricted areas and sensitive facilities.
  • Convenience: Biometric turnstile gates offer convenience for users by eliminating the need for physical access cards, keys, or passwords. Users can gain access simply by scanning their biometric credentials, reducing the risk of lost or stolen access cards and streamlining the entry process.
  • Audit Trail: Biometric systems often include features for generating audit trails or logs of access events, recording the date, time, and identity of individuals who enter or exit a facility. These audit trails can be valuable for security monitoring, compliance purposes, and forensic investigations.
  • Deterrent to Unauthorized Access: The presence of biometric turnstile gates serves as a visible deterrent to unauthorized access attempts. Potential intruders are less likely to attempt unauthorized entry knowing that the facility is equipped with robust biometric security measures.

CONS

  • Cost: Biometric turnstile gates can be expensive to install and maintain, especially compared to traditional access control systems such as key cards or PIN codes. The cost of biometric technology, hardware, software, and implementation may pose a significant financial investment for organizations.
  • Technical Limitations: Biometric systems may experience technical limitations or challenges, such as false acceptance or rejection rates, particularly in adverse environmental conditions (e.g., poor lighting, extreme temperatures). These limitations can affect the reliability and performance of the biometric authentication process.
  • Privacy Concerns: Biometric data, such as fingerprints or facial features, are considered highly sensitive personal information. The collection, storage, and processing of biometric data raise privacy concerns, requiring organizations to implement robust data protection measures and comply with relevant privacy regulations.
  • Single Point of Failure: Biometric turnstile gates rely on a single authentication factor (biometric data) for access control. In the event of a biometric system failure or malfunction, users may be unable to gain access to the facility, leading to operational disruptions and potential security vulnerabilities.
  • User Acceptance: Some individuals may have concerns or reservations about the use of biometric technology, citing privacy, security, or cultural reasons. User acceptance of biometric turnstile gates may vary depending on factors such as familiarity with the technology, perceived intrusiveness, and trust in the organization’s data handling practices.

Face Based Authentication

PROS

  • Convenient: Face-based authentication systems offer convenience to users as they do not require physical tokens like access cards or keys. Users can simply present their face for authentication, which can be particularly advantageous in situations where carrying physical tokens is impractical or inconvenient.
  • Contactless: Face-based authentication systems are contactless, meaning users do not need to touch any surfaces to gain access. This feature is beneficial for maintaining hygiene, especially in environments where multiple individuals access the same entry points.
  • High Accuracy: Advanced facial recognition technology provides high accuracy in identifying individuals based on their unique facial features. This accuracy reduces the likelihood of unauthorized access and enhances overall security measures.
  • Scalability: Face-based authentication systems are highly scalable and can accommodate a large number of users without compromising performance. This scalability makes them suitable for deployment in organizations of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises.
  • Integration with Existing Systems: Many face-based authentication systems are designed to integrate seamlessly with existing access control systems, making it easier for organizations to upgrade their security infrastructure without significant disruptions or additional costs.

CONS

  • Privacy Concerns: Facial recognition technology raises privacy concerns due to the collection and processing of sensitive biometric data. Individuals may be hesitant to participate in systems that capture and store their facial information, especially if they are unsure about how it will be used and protected.
  • Accuracy Issues: While facial recognition technology has improved significantly in recent years, it is not without its flaws. Factors such as poor lighting, facial obstructions (e.g., hats, glasses), and variations in facial appearance (e.g., aging, changes in hairstyle) can affect the accuracy of recognition algorithms.
  • Security Vulnerabilities: Face-based authentication systems may be susceptible to security vulnerabilities, such as spoofing attacks where individuals attempt to deceive the system using fake facial images or masks. Ensuring the robustness of the facial recognition algorithm and implementing additional security measures (e.g., liveness detection) can help mitigate these risks.
  • Cost: Implementing face-based authentication systems can be expensive, particularly for organizations with large premises or complex security requirements. Costs may include hardware (e.g., cameras, facial recognition software), installation, training, and ongoing maintenance.
  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance: Organizations deploying face-based authentication systems must comply with relevant laws and regulations governing the collection, storage, and processing of biometric data. Failure to comply with these requirements can result in legal and financial consequences, including fines and reputational damage.

NFC  Readers

NFC  Readers

PROS

  • Convenience: NFC technology allows for quick and easy attendance tracking by simply tapping an NFC-enabled device (such as a smartphone or NFC card) on a reader. This convenience reduces the time and effort required for employees to check in and out, improving overall efficiency.
  • Contactless Operation: NFC operates over short distances, typically a few centimeters, enabling contactless communication between devices. This feature is particularly beneficial in situations where hygiene and cleanliness are priorities, as users do not need to physically touch the reader to register their attendance.
  • Security: NFC-based attendance systems provide a level of security as NFC tags or cards can be assigned to individual employees, ensuring that only authorized personnel can access the system. This helps prevent unauthorized access and protects sensitive attendance data from tampering or misuse.
  • Versatility: NFC technology is versatile and can be integrated into various devices and applications, including smartphones, access cards, and wearable devices. This versatility allows organizations to choose the most suitable NFC-enabled devices for their specific attendance tracking needs.
  • Real-time Tracking: NFC-based attendance systems can provide real-time attendance tracking, allowing administrators to monitor employee attendance and access data instantly. This real-time information can facilitate better workforce management, scheduling, and decision-making.

CONS

  • Limited Range: NFC operates over short distances, typically up to a few centimeters, which limits the range at which devices can communicate with NFC readers. This short range may require users to tap their devices close to the reader, leading to potential congestion or delays during peak times.
  • Dependency on NFC-enabled Devices: NFC-based attendance systems rely on NFC-enabled devices such as smartphones, NFC tags, or cards. Organizations may need to invest in these devices for employees, which could increase implementation costs, especially for larger workforce sizes.
  • Device Compatibility: Not all devices support NFC technology, and compatibility issues may arise if employees use non-NFC-enabled devices. Organizations may need to ensure that all employees have access to NFC-enabled devices or provide alternative attendance tracking methods for those without NFC-compatible devices.
  • Security Risks: While NFC technology offers security benefits, it is not immune to risks such as data interception or cloning of NFC tags. Organizations must implement appropriate security measures, such as encryption and authentication protocols, to mitigate these risks and protect sensitive attendance data.
  • Implementation Costs: Implementing NFC-based attendance systems may involve upfront costs for purchasing NFC readers, tags, cards, and compatible devices, as well as installation and configuration expenses. Organizations should carefully assess the total cost of ownership and consider long-term benefits before investing in NFC technology.

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NFC Story

The “Assistance Control” project was inspired by the basic idea of the “Bologna Process”, a Pan-European collaboration which started in 1999, to adapt technology to provide a better quality of education that would allow improvement of the next generation of classroom teaching.
The best project finally chosen and tested involved students registered for classes with NFC phones, during the academic year 2011–2012 at “Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Campus Madrid” (UPSAM).
This resulted in the senior students at the School of Computer Engineering to certify 99.5% accuracy and ease of attendance that ensured continuous assessment without loss of instructional time allocated to this activity.

Source : Science Direct Volume 40 Issue 11, 1st September 2013, Pages 4478-4489