A Facial Recognition Access Control system is one of the biometric door access system that identify individuals based on their facial features. It provides contactless and touchless door entry to speed up the door authentication process.
In a facial recognition door access system, an individual approaches a door equipped with a camera that captures an image of their face. The image is then compared to a database of previously stored images to determine if there is a match. If the facial recognition algorithm confirms a match, the door unlocks and grants access to the individual. If there is no match, the door remains locked and access is denied.
Facial Recognition Systems are more secure than traditional systems like PINs, cards, or passwords since they can not be easily revealed or lost. Facial recognition door access systems are becoming increasingly popular in commercial and government buildings, as they offer a high level of security and convenience. They are also used in some residential buildings.