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UK Child Care Center Relies on Ievo Biometrics for Safety

 UK Child Care Center Relies on Ievo Biometrics for Safety

Based in Manchester the kids allowed childcare center provides specialist day care services to hundreds of children. Taking childcare to a new level, they pride themselves in offering the very best services by listening to parents. This includes making sure the kids are protected to the highest standard.

Initially the kids allowed childcare center used fingerprint readers because it provided parents and families with peace of mind. With no codes or fobs the parents are assured that no one besides themselves can collect their children from center.

Kids allowed have rigorously followed these instructions, but having installed a leading biometrics competitor they found major problems with the system they initially invested in:

1.With the original system, parents and staff with creams or oils on their skin where continuously denied access because the reader could not penetrate the substances thus unable to read the print. The ievo reader uses a multi-spectral imaging sensor which solves those exact problems ievo retains its functionality with levels of dirt, oil, grease, cream or cosmetics on the skin. In addition, ievo is able to read through some types of latex gloves.

2.The kids allowed previous biometrics system was very hard to use, therefore training staff and parents become a difficult task. Ievo has been ergonomically designed meaning it uses visual and auditory sensors which inform the user if they have been granted or restricted access.

3.Kids allowed ere registering approximately 500 users. Their previous biometrics system restricted access to below this number. Alternatively the reader is able to register 8000 prints. This offers staff major flexibility options as they will not have to worry about limiting parents access on site.

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