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Editor’s choice: Top 10 facial recognition access control systems

Editor’s choice: Top 10 facial recognition access control systems
In the security industry, the access control segment has not grown as fast as video surveillance mainly because most customers have, for long, been contend with proximity cards. The efficiency of biometric solutions, which allowed customers to do away with the hassles of a card, prompted some people to move to fingerprint readers.
But now, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many security customers to think beyond biometric fingerprint systems to facial recognition systems. Here, we present a list of top facial recognition-based access control systems based on inquiries to our site, in alphabetical order.

1. Anviz Facepass 7


The Facepass 7 from Anviz Global uses the BioNANO core algorithm and infrared technology. It supports Relay Output, Wiegand26/34 Input, and output, magnetic, etc., allows remote operation of doors through the network and supports U disk, user information record backup, and firmware upgrade.

Key features

  1. Supports face, card, password-based identification modes
  2. User-defined function keys to switch attendance state
  3. Security incident monitoring and alarm

2. CrucialTrak BACS Quattro Touchless Multi-Biometric Reader

CrucialTrak BACS Quattro is perhaps one of the few solutions that offer almost all kinds of popular biometric identification systems besides providing an additional option of an external RFID. At the application level, this solution supports emotion, gender, and age detection. 

Key features

  1. Motion Tracking Analysis
  2. Simultaneous Touchless Fingerprint and Palm Vein Recognition
  3. Clear Image Scoring Algorithm 

3. Hikvision MinMoe  DS-K1T671T Ultra Face Recognition Terminals 

Hikvision Digital Technology launched its MinMoe Series of facial recognition-based access control solutions in March this year. The company says that the solution is powered by a deep learning algorithm, which increases the accuracy of face recognition to over 99 percent and enhances verification speeds to under 0.2 seconds.

Key features

  1. Dual lenses – a visible light lens and an infrared lens for ant-spoofing
  2. Four variants targeting different markets
  3. Integration with surveillance cameras and NVRs

4. IDEMIA Vision Pass 

Vision Pass from IDEMIA offers 2D+3D+infrared optical set and AI-powered and NIST-appraised algorithms for facial recognition access control. It works in near-motion, which means a person doesn’t need to stop in front of the reader for the solution to capture the face. 

Key features

  1. Wide capture angle between 120cm and 200cm
  2. High throughput of <1 second, up to 30 people per minute
  3. Up to 40,000 users for 1:N verification

5. Invixium IXM Titan 

Some of the most striking things about the TITAN from Invixium are its 21-megapixel camera and rugged exterior that makes it suitable for outdoor conditions. There is a Hitachi fingerprint sensor integrated to provide multimodal support.  

Key features

  1. Corning Gorilla Glass
  2. Mic and speaker for intercom experience 
  3. Android OS on the frontend

6. IrisID Hardware iCAM D1000

Combining iris and facial recognition, iCAMD1000 from IrisID allows for easy integration with virtually any identity dependent application. This device provides easy, quick, and high-quality simultaneous capture of ISO-compliant iris and face images, according to the company. 

Key features

  1. Automatic face illumination
  2. Auto zoom & auto focus iris cameras
  3. Integrated floor stand

7. JIESHUN Y10 Facial Recognition

The JIESHUN Y10 from Jieshun Science & Technology Industry provides robust anti-spoofing technology and is tailor-made to suit the current COVID-19 situation. 

Key features

  1. Can identify people even if they wear masks
  2. Optional temperature measurement
  3. Recognition time¬ ≦0.3s

8. LIPSFace AC770

Powered by Intel RealSense Technology and accelerated by the Intel OpenVINO toolkit, the LIPSFace AC770 from LIPS Corporation offers 3D AI facial recognition. The company claims that the 3D AI feature enables it to provide 0.3-second speed.

Key features

  1. 3D Liveness detection and anti-spoofing
  2. Enterprise-level database capacity, scalable-up to 20K users on the edge
  3. LIPS exclusive adaptive AI deep-learning algorithm

9. Suprema Facestation 2 

With the company’s latest face recognition algorithm and a 1.4GHz quad-core CPU, the Facestation 2 from Suprema can operate at a speed of 3,000 match/sec. It can accommodate up to 30,000 users, 50,000 face image logs and 5,000,000 text logs.

Key features

  1. Operating illuminance of up to 25,000 lx
  2. Infra-red based fake face blocking technology
  3. Multi-band RF reading technology

10. ZKTeco SpeedFace-V5L[TD]

The SpeedFace V5L[TD] is a Linux-based hybrid biometric time & attendance and access control terminal with visible light facial recognition from ZKTeco. The solution integrates temperature detection and masked individual identification, which are useful features in the current situation. 

Key features

  1. Anti-spoofing algorithm against print, video, and 3D mask attacks
  2. Multiple verification methods: Face / Fingerprint / Card / Password
  3. Capacity of up to 6000 faces

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