I would love to see a head to head against this and the iEVO range which is similar by using vein structure technology. I could have this wrong but I think the amount of read points also impacts the reliability and security so for example on iEVO they have scanners which can be 7 or 11 points. How many points of scan does this use?
One concern with this is how secure is it to have a LAN cable that low secured by one screw... Other vendors use a control cable so if the unit is breached you cant get to the control unit etc. Just a thought...
Why don't companies realise that Biometric readers like this are typically installed in high end systems which generally implies high end locations, they are beyond ugly and stick way too far off the wall when installed. I can foresee issues with companies not wanting them on that basis. The only decent looking bio readers I've seen are TBS, all of the rest are ugly bricks or cheap shiny plastic. At 700 USD a reader this shouldn't be the case.
Thanks for the great review of the read accuracies!
Did you explore panel-based OSDP biometrics capabilities? Hopefully, they are working towards this.
Competing products have this capability built-in and advertised, offering a more open-source solution. The capabilities of the established ISO biometric standards and OSDP can hopefully move us to handle this as a standard format.
I had installed this and we always have a communication issue with the biometric manager. At first, it was fine. once the enrolment and sync is done, we don't use the biometric manager. However, the problem arises when we need to enroll new users.
Since there is a communication error, unable to add new users. HID support did remote access but unable to identify the root cause. Perhaps we may need to re-install the engine and re-enroll the existing users.