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Biometric Systems / Integration with RCP systems

Biometric systems are successfully implemented not only as access control (KD) systems, but very often together with time and attendance (T&A) systems. KD/RCP systems are modular, with each module having a defined functionality.


Functions of KD/RCP systems

  • Entering new users using the keyboard or by importing from another program (external database),
  • Entering cards and/or biometric patterns into the system,
  • Reviewing cards and/or biometric patterns,
  • Locking the validity of the card (e.g., due to loss) or biometric patterns (e.g., due to leaving work),
  • Search for a user by first name, last name, PESEL, date of birth, photo and position held,
  • View and modify user data,
  • Define and modify user permissions (each user can be assigned different permissions for different readers),
  • Viewing and printing of all events registered in the system, described in detail (user's name and first name, card number or biometric pattern code, date and time of the event, reader number, reader operation mode (entry, exit, service exit, etc.).

Biometric readers

The terminals we offer have an Ethernet communication interface, allowing the system to be managed from anywhere. RS485 and Wiegand communication interfaces allow the terminals to be connected to existing KD system structures and give the possibility to connect a variety of external devices such as card readers. Biometric sensors are the few that have detection of false fingerprint patterns, i.e. they are immune to silicone, rubber, plastic or paper fakes, the making of which is not a problem nowadays.

The terminals are managed by software (which comes with the terminal), which allows any expansion of the system, and thanks to cooperation with popular databases, we can integrate the Time & Attendance system with any HR and payroll software. Terminals and biometric readers are high-end devices for companies and institutions that value security, convenience and functionality. Systems based on terminals have been used, among others, in Manufacturing Companies, Public Institutions, Public Administration, Judiciary, Education and at airports.