As the country slowly starts to reopen, strict disinfecting protocols are being used to sanitize touch-based access control technology like fingerprint and palm readers, touchscreens and keypads. But ongoing disinfection is a short-term solution. The fact is that no one will ever want to touch publicly used access control equipment again. It's this insurmountable challenge that has essentially killed the market for public-use fingerprint sensors and palm vein hand readers.
Andrew Graham weighs in on this issue in the latest edition of 7x24 Exchange International Magazine. CLICK HERE to read the full article: Our New Normal - Data Centers Should look to Biometrics to Ensure the Safety of Employees as well as Facility Security.
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