There are numerous questions asked by the employees who are exposed to biometric face recognition system. From eye scanning to the fingerprint analysis to mark attendance and presence in the office premises, employees can be subjected to anxiety and fear if not briefed about the system properly. We tell you key questions that are asked by the employees who use biometric face recognition system and fingerprint sensing to mark their attendance and log into their systems.
Q1 Will the scanning lasers affect my iris? There are no reported cases of eye damage caused by the laser sensors used in the biometric face recognition systems. Owing to a maximum exposure of less than 10 seconds to the laser scanning unit, the employee health is not compromised at any point of time. Despite fears and anxiety, the use of laser scanning unit are yet to be studied extensively in order to link the occurrence of certain eye ailments with biometrics.
Q2 Will I tan my skin due to exposure to facial recognition systems? Most employees fear about burning their skin when exposed to regular infra-red scanning units used in the biometrics facial recognition systems. The amount of infra-red that a person is exposed to in facial recognition system is similar to a 15 minute walk on a sunny day. With no relative warning being issued by the regulators, use of biometrics facial system is safe.
Q3 Are biometric sensors used in the fingerprint input machine free from germs? Biometrics fingerprinting sensors are potent breeding grounds of microbes and germs. To avoid the spread of communicable infection, wash the hands after using them. The fingerprint sensors are not that effective when you have dirt on your fingers, or have a greasy film over them. It is advisable to wash hands after coming from outside to avoid faulty marking or non-marking of attendance. With modern-day biometrics being exposed to people coming from all parts of the world, the sensors are susceptible to germs like SARS, Ebola and other communicable diseases.
Q4 Will the sensors get short-circuited? The sensors used in the biometric facial recognition system are electronic apparatus. The sensors are not susceptible to water or moisture as other gadgets. The most common fear among the employees who use biometric facial recognition system is related to shocks and tampers. The performance of the sensors is definitely affected by the presence of moisture and water film on the surface. The chances of getting shocks from the sensors and biometric systems are negligible.
Q5 Do they work for physically challenged as well? The biometric facial recognitions system makes no biasing on the basis of physical challenges. The sensors are compatible for use among blinds and handicapped as well. The sensors are placed at a comfortable height that can be easily reached by a person who is on a wheelchair. For those who have lost their limbs, cross bred biometrics systems are used with effective ease.
Q6 Can they work in dark? When there is no light or during failure of electricity, the biometrics can still work. They require very low energy for application.
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