Anviz Provides Superior Biometric Identification Solution at Bangladesh Army Base
Biometrics may not be new, but they are entering a new era of utility among government agencies, and beyond. Anviz identity verification technology and management solutions are bringing biometrics to a variety of environments, from government and healthcare to financial services and on-site enterprise security.
Sena Kalyan Sangstha (SKS) is a trust owned and operated by Bangladesh Army. As the largest industrial and welfare organization in Bangladesh, it is devoted to the Welfare of released, retired and discharged personnel of Armed Forces and their dependents.
SKS was already using a management system to track attendance, so they considered installing a card reader but were concerned about the cards being lost, misplaced, or forgotten altogether. They were also hoping to reduce check – in waiting time, so they prefer to select an alternative solution that would offer an affordable, rapidly deployed identification system for their employees.
Anviz VF30 Pro is the new generation standalone access control reader equipped with flexible PoE and WiFi communication. Powered by Anviz’s latest biometric fingerprint algorithm and powerful 1GHz quick CPU, VF30 Pro provides the world’s fastest matching speed of up to 1:3,000 match/ sec. It also supports webserver function ensuring easily self management and professional standalone access control interfaces.
VF30 Pro powered by embedded system architecture and embedded biometric algorithms. which not only protect the user biometric information and is more suitable for running on embedded systems.
Faster Processing Time
VF30 Pro‘s capacity to handle 3,000 users and 100,000 logs adding its speed of authentication optimized the times on controlling the entry and exit of employees.
Flexibility of Installation
Featuring PoE, versatile Interfaces and WiFi communication, VF30 Pro provides SKS with lower installation cost, simpler cabling and lower maintenance cost.
Improved Security Level
The SKS issues special access cards to military personnel and common cards to civilian personnel. These can be used together with fingerprints to enhance secure access.