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                                                                  Fingerprint Biometric

The next-generation biometric-based technology offers a dependable, helpful, and authentic way of verifying/identifying an individual’s identity utilizing the latest Biometric fingerprint scanner. Fingerprint scanners are being used broadly for enrollment, identification & verification in varied projects where the identity of people is required. Mantra’s biometric fingerprint devices offer superior execution, accuracy, and continuance. Our wide ranges of fingerprint scanner devices deliver quick personality verification with a high level of security in a consistent way for various Citizen or Person identity ventures. Different government schemes in India are as of now utilizing Mantra’s innovative and advanced biometric machines for identifying and authenticating the beneficiaries securely.

Biometric devices identify employees by their unique physical characteristics. Commonly used biometric devices for employee attendance are facial recognition devices, palm recognition devices, and fingerprint readers. When an employee identifies himself by face, palm, or fingerprint, the biometric device compares the received data with patterns previously registered in the database. If the match is successful, the device notifies the employee and also corrects the event time. When connected to the access control system, the biometric device opens the door lock for employee passage.

Fingerprint systems analyze the locations of “minutiae” – the endings and bifurcations of the friction ridges on the pad of your finger. Often, additional information, such as the number of ridges between minutiae points, is also used.

A number of methods exist to capture fingerprints: optical capture uses visible light, capacitive sensors use electrical current conducted through the finger, and ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves.

Contact sensors capture an image of the ridge pattern in contact with the sensor, while contactless sensors effectively take an image (2D or 3D, depending on the system) of the ridge pattern while the finger has held a distance away from the sensor.

Fingerprint systems analyze the locations of “minutiae” – the endings and bifurcations of the friction ridges on the pad of your finger.

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