Anviz launches next-generation cloud access control solution
Anviz launches next-generation cloud access control solution
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With the development of internet and cloud technology, access control has moved beyond simple entry management. Concerns now include the management of high-security access levels, optimization of installation and usage, as well as remote cloud-based management.

A leading provider of intelligent security products, Anviz has launched the VF30 Pro cloud access control reader, which it hopes will become a benchmark for the access control market.

The VF30 Pro uses the new Linux platform paired with a 1Ghz high-speed CPU. Three verification modes are available, including fingerprint, password and RFID. The latest in infrared fingerprint sensing is used with the Anviz Bionano fingerprint algorithm to effectively scan dry, wet or dirty fingerprints. The RFID module of VF30 Pro supports EM and Mifare cards. It also supports GDPR-compliant access-on-card technology.

The VF30 Pro has four different management systems. With the first, employees can clock in and out using the device menu. Alternatively, the VF30 Pro also supports web-server functionality for self-management and professional stand-alone access control interfaces. Moreover, the VF30 Pro supports local software for access control management and cloud management. Multiple readers can be controlled by a central controller, and can be linked with Anviz’s CCTV systems, smart locks etc.

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About Anviz

Anviz is one of the leading provider of intelligent security solutions, and is also the only company to own the intellectual property rights for certain fingerprint, face and iris technologies. Anviz is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has a development center in Shanghai. It also has a 50,000-square-meter factory in Yancheng serving clients from over 100 countries. Our top-five product lines include fingerprint, facial and iris scanners, as well as CCTV systems and RFID devices. Anviz also has four security solutions, including cloud-based time and attendance systems, cloud-based access control, cloud-based video surveillance management and cloud-based integrated security solutions.


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