IDEMIA’s contactless biometric terminals provide faster access and safety to condominiums residents in São Paulo, Brazil
MorphoWave™ Compact devices scan and verify 4 fingerprints in 1 second in a contactless hand gesture
Increased safety, faster access and hygienic control for residents and simpler installation and reduced maintenance for integrators
IDEMIA, the global leader in Augmented Identity, has announced that MorphoWave™ Compact biometric terminals have been deployed at several new residential condominiums in the Barueri region, in São Paulo, Brazil. Residents, service providers and visitors now enjoy frictionless access control, with more security and convenience.
MorphoWave™ Compact is a revolutionary and still unique biometric access control technology : the reader performs a 3D scan and verification of four fingerprints in less than one second, in an easy, fast and fully contactless “wave” hand gesture. This brings convenience and speed, but it is also more hygienic as fingers are never in contact with the sensor.
This solution has already been deployed in important condominiums and clubs in the São Paulo region (such as Residencial Alphaville Zero, Residencial Alphaville 1, Tamboré 1, Tamboré 3 among others), and it has really revolutionized the way residents enter and leave their condominiums.
MorphoWave™ Compact is also of high value for system integrators. Its installation is fast and simple on existing gates and turnstiles that can be reused: it took approximately 20 days to deploy this project in the Barueri region. Maintenance is also simplified as those devices are extremely reliable, with no pieces in movement and no friction due to the contactless user experience.
According to Ricardo Miralha, regional sales manager for Brazil and Southern Cone at IDEMIA, MorphoWave™ Compact offers increased security and convenience for employees, residents and visitors of the condominiums.
There is greater agility in the entry of residents, which leads to greater security. It only takes 30 seconds to register a new user. In addition, because there is no direct contact between the user and the reader, hygiene is another very important point.
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