Fuse Identities offers a biometric card with built-in fingerprint sensor and on-card matching. Using card based biometric identification for access control is a secure and convenient way of eliminating unauthorized access in school facilities making it a safe environment for students and staff.
Biometric access control cards are flexible enough to support the needs of both students and employees. As modern Access Control systems support fast, flexible policy changes and detailed reporting on accessed zones and used devices, the biometric cards can be given to all or a portion of the population to cost-effectively regulate and monitor who is within any premises. This is done by defining zones of access, privileges for groups or even specific individuals, for certain times of day or any combination of these.
Taking it further, card functionality could also be combined with electronic purse,for example in-school cafeteria purchases.
See Fuse identities’ case study from Rose Bruford University here.
About Fuse Biometric Card: TheFuse Access Card is a versatile fingerprint-activated contactless card working seamlessly with an existing infrastructure without upgrading or replacing any readers or backend systems.
Only after activation by a fingerprint scan will the card allow communication with a reader. Unique to the cardholder, only the card owner can activate card communication with the reader.