Standalone Access and Attendance Management Terminal

Standalone Access[INQ. NO. 1312E20]Smatech I&C is a fast-growing company, at least locally, in the field of standalone access control and attendance management terminal. This maker’s OpenFace NS200 is the very latest among a series of standalone access control and attendance management terminals it holds.

This model was finally born after an integration process of highperformance face recognition technology and access control and attendance management function. Basically adopting an IR camera, it minimizes the impact of illumination. By using face recognition, RFID, and password, this solution fully provides single and multiple authentication methods. Within only one second, the users can be authenticated. This system can save the authentication image of the persons registered or even an image of the non-registered.

With supported management program, this terminal ensures differentiated access control and attendance management functions of door opening, real-time logo confirmation. In addition to these features, this highly competitive item offers increased convenience for managers through an adoption of touch screen-based intuitive GUI(Graphical User Interface).

This versatile product is now selected for various applications of national facilities for access control including airports, power plants, research institutes, etc., access control and attendance management of offices, factories, construction sites, etc., and an area where the authentication procedure of the users is highly necessary and the record of face image is strongly required. Spun off from Smatech I&C in 2012, Seoul-based Neosecu has become one of the highest-level security solution companies in Korea through supplying various security-related solutions and hardware products – by using its own technology regarding face recognition.

Its own latest face recognition algorism enables this provider’s security solutions to be extended in application even to the area of real-time surveillance system using moving video for general firms, factories, research institutes, etc. | Blog Magazine of korean electronics, brands and Goods

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