How Does GK-01 Work?
GK-01 is designed as a standalone access control unit that could be used at laboratories that contain market-restricted or hazardous materials, and where important experiments are run or drug formulas are kept; at the entrance of government buildings such as national assemblies or ministries, at the entrance of various units at hospitals, refugee camps, and private enterprises that wish to measure employee efficiency and punctuality. GK-01 compares the fingerprints taken with its embedded, LS-01 scanner and runs them against the digitized fingerprint data stored in the local database. If it finds a match, it triggers the doors and turnstiles to enable access, otherwise, it prevents the attempter from entering the restricted area or premise. As it keeps a rime log, it offers reliable attendance records.
1- Flexible Integration Options
GK-01 can be used as a standalone module with automatic doors and turnstiles, but it can also be paired with other biometric modules such as face or iris scanners to offer multi-step accesd control for areas requiring the highest level of security.
2- LS Advantage
Where to Use GK-01?
GK-01 can be used;
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When Will You Need GK-01?
You will need GK-01 when you want to protect valuable information and assets from ill-intentioned people, when you want to determine how the cumulative effort of your employees/colleagues affected the profitability of your business, and when you want to protect immigrants against attempts of exploitation.
Who Can Use GK-01?
Following its installation, GK-01 works with no need for interference. Users can operate the unit by only putting their fingers on the scanner’s surface.
Integratable to APFIS
1-N biometric identification
Works close circuit with Ethernet connection
Advanced optical technology
Can be used wirh Android and Linux
Impact resistent design