Naval base to deploy biometric access control system at all entry points
An US naval base has decided to implement a biometric identification and access control system at all its gates and entry points in a bid to ensure a superior level of security, a news report has found.
Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE) will implement a secure identity authentication and force protection system that features a global database which effectively facilitates the distribution of biometric data to the gate-guard tasked with controlling an individual’s authorized access to SUBASE.
Using a hand-held wireless scanner, the gate-guard scans the ID card’s barcode and/or the individual’s fingerprints to instantly identify the individual and whether or not the individual has authorized access to the base.
The system also alerts guards when an ID card is lost or stolen, flags individuals banned from the base, identifies fake cards, and taps into criminal databases to check if the individual has had any past criminal charges.
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