We offer unique biometric access control terminals with advanced technologies combining face recognition, contactless body temperature measurement, QR code scanning and badge reading.
Our products are developed in Switzerland by a R&D team composed of certified physicists with over 20 years of IT experience.
The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects (“things”) that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the Internet.
Our devices support multiple technologies that allow them make decisions automatically and connect with other systems, such as automated doors systems, cloud systems and more.
- RS-485 interface
- RS-232 interface
- Wiegand 26 & 34-bit interface
- Ethernet 10/100 M
- 3G, 4G LTE
- NFC, IC cards reader
- QR, Barcodes scanner
- Connection to cloud systems
- P2P networking
Face recognition is a technology capable of identifying or verifying a subject through an image, video or any audiovisual element of their face. Generally, this identification is used to access an application, system or service.
It is a method of biometric identification that uses that body measures, in this case face and head.
Face recognition algorithms have in general approximately 99.5% accuracy which make them very reliable for user’s identification. Moreover, when opting for face recognition, no physical contact is needed, which makes it safer in terms of health – for example, during a pandemic such as Covid-19.
Our products support face recognition for access control management. Our R&D team is working on its improvement for additional algorithms – for example, mask detection.
When we attempt to measure the temperature of an object with a contactless device, we encounter several difficulties, mostly relied to distance between the device and the object, which decreases the measurement accuracy.
Our specialists have developed a technology allowing to obtain the most accurate temperature measurement results – T-PULSE-X – which combines both hardware and software parts, including various sensors, printed circuit boards and compensation algorithms.
In order to offer you the highest security level for your biometric data, Swiss Biometrix signed an exclusive partnership with Luxembourgish company XSL Labs.
XSL Labs are committed to deploy a new tool that will allow digital identity to be tamper-proof and decentralized. Through an ecosystem offering alternative services and its interoperability, Secure Digital Identity (SDI) will integrate perfectly with all the solutions of an increasingly connected Web 3.0.
Swiss Biometrix are integrating the Secure Digital Identity (SDI) technology by XSL Labs to their smart access control terminals. The combination of two technologic products will evolve into a new brand technology called Vision SDI.
Our companies will guarantee their customers a GDPR compliant method of authentication, keeping user’s personal and biometric data in the most secure way.
Available mid 2021
Our access control terminals can be integrated to automated door systems and take decisions by themselves depending on selected access parameters such as face recognition, body temperature, QR code or access with badge. They are also able to be used as intercom.
They have a rich interface allowing them connect and communicate with doors and can be mounted to wall, turnstile or to a special column.