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Gateway Business Solutions, A Solution provider in Telecom, Access Control, Time Attendance, Digital Security and Surviellance and Office automation. Pioneers in VOIP solutions like IP PBX, CALL …

Gateway Business Solutions, A Solution provider in Telecom, Access Control, Time Attendance, Digital Security and Surviellance and Office automation. Pioneers in VOIP solutions like IP PBX, CALL CENTRE SOLUTIONS etc.
Gateway Business Solution is a Distributor to M/S Matrix Comsec Pvt Ltd, for their Range of Telecom and Security Products and solutions. MATRIX Analog, Digital and IP Pbx solutions and Security products such as Door Access and Time Attendance Products (Proximity and Biometric)

Gateway is also Channel Partner for M/s Intellicon Pvt Ltd for their range of Telecom Products. Transtel, Karel, NEC IP EPABX systems and Radvision and Lifesize Video Conferencing Solutions.

Gateway is also a pioneer in offering VOIP solutions ranging from Soft IP PBX, Call Centre Solutions, Automatic Voice Campaigner etc.

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Gateway Business Solutions
2nd Flr, Sai Krupa, 33 Durga Nagar Colony
Hyderabad 500 082
Ph: 93978 20222

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  • 1. Hearty Welcome!
  • 2. Topics to be Covered• An Overview of the Technology• COSEC Introduction :  Architecture of the System  Product Variants  Specifications• Hardware Features• COSEC Configuration :  Software Installation  Software Configuration
  • 3. Introduction• Access control system protects and preserve Enterprise resources with the help of Computerized control• Only authorized person is allowed to grant access to the system and denied all• For Person authorization it first verifies the persons Identity• Person Identity can be based on person Physiological or behavioral characteristics unique to that person• The system based on person’s Physiological or behavioral characteristics for allowing or denying access to the system is known as Biometrics
  • 4. Biometrics
  • 5. What is Biometrics?• Biometrics is a branch of computer Securitycentering on Authenticating a person’s Identity basedon some Physiological or Behavioral CharacteristicUnique to that person before allowing them access tothe Internal System• Authentication System verifies the Identity of a User
  • 6. Stages of Operation• Enrollment Biometric Data is collected for a known Identity Reference template is created and stored• Authentication  Verification: Work with Id + Biometrics Fast Processing Involving only one Matching Direct go to ID and Matches the Finger Print Template  Identification: Work with Biometrics and searches the Entire Database Processing Time depends upon the number of Finger Print Template
  • 7. Stages of Operation
  • 8. A Better Approach to Security…Biometrics is seen as more secure than traditionalmethods: • Passwords • Tokens “ Security Passwords and Tokens are used to Prove ones Identity Electronically ”
  • 9. Types of Biometric Authentication•Fingerprints•Retina / Iris Scans•Facial Recognition•Hand Recognition•DNA Matching
  • 10. Basics of Finger Print Technology
  • 11. Finger Print• A Fingerprint pattern is comprised of a sequence of Ridges and ValleysThe dark line In a Fingerprint Image is called a Ridge(absorbs/randomly scatter the optical signal)The Valleys(protruded portion) are the areas between the Ridges(reflects the optical signal) Ridge Valley
  • 12. Finger Scanner - Block Diagram Sensor reads the pattern on thefinger surface Analog to Digital converterconverts the analog reading intothe digital format Interface module is responsiblefor communicating with theexternal devices
  • 13. Biometric Performance Standards• FRR(False Rejection Rate): probability of a registered user being wrongly rejected by the biometric system.• FAR(False Acceptance Rate):the probability of an intruder being wrongly authorised by the biometric system.• EER (Equal Error Rate or crossover rate): reflects the probability of the FAR and the FRR being (nearly) the same.
  • 14. Scanning Technologies• Optical Scanner (Used in COSEC)• Solid State Scanner - o Capacitive (Used in COSEC) o Thermal o Electric field o Piezoelectric• Ultrasound scanner
  • 15. Finger Print- Optical ScannerOptical sensing Principle:• The ridges absorb the light ,so they appear dark andvalleys reflect the light so ,they appear bright.• The CCD Generate Inverted Image of the Finger• According to the Light intensity, CCD generates an Analog signal
  • 16. Finger Print –Capacitive Scanner• Composed of 2D array of microcapacitor plates embedded in a Silicon chip.• Other plate of each microcapacitor is the finger skin itself.• Electrical charges are created between the finger surface and the Silicon plates.• The distance variation of ridges and valleys with respect to plates leads to a pattern of distinguished capacitances.
  • 17. Technical Evaluation Parameters-Scanner• Resolution : denotes the number of dots/pixels per inch . Higher the resolution , finer the details extracted from the image. standard one is 500 dpi.• Size of Sensing Area: determines size of fingerprint portion acquired by the scanner; range is 1x1 -0.38x0.38 sq. inches; {size of an average fingerprint is 0.5x0.7 sq. inches}
  • 18. Optical Vs. Capacitive(solid state)• Accuracy is less for solid state sensors due to limitation in sensing area• Due to direct contact of solid state surface with finger ; its more prone to mechanical damages / electrostatic charges.• Adjustment in electrical parameters , will be reliable for the non ideal skin conditions , so solid state scan is better• Moreover, solid state scanner needs a three dimensional surface and so cannot be deceived by a photograph/printed image
  • 19. COSEC -Scanner Specifications• Capacitive Scanner: Sensing area: 12.8x18.0mm(0.5x0.7 sq. inches) Resolution :508 dpi Enrollment & Verification time < 1 sec. EER < 0.1% FAR <0.001% FRR <0.01%• Optical Scanner: Sensing Area: 15.9x 17.9 mm(0.62x0.7 sq. inches) Resolution: 500 dpi Enrollment & Verification time: 800 mS.
  • 20. Basics of RFID Technology
  • 21. Radio Frequency Identification• The Reader sends out a radio signals, and the Card respond with a signal to Identify itself• The Reader converts the radio waves returned form the Tag into Data• The Data is send to Information processing system ( Host or Processing computer) for identification processing ( Filter, categorized and Analyze)• System Grant or deny access to user based on the Information received
  • 22. Component of RFID System AntennaCard/Tag Reader Firmware COMMANDS Controller Antenna RESPONSES Interface Host Power Application ,Controlling And Monitoring Software Interface
  • 23. Components of RFID System• A Tag(transponder)-composed of a semi conductor chip , an antenna and battery(optional)• An Interrogator: reader or read/write device composed of an antenna, an RF electronic module and a control electronics module• Controller/host : PC/workstation running database and control (middleware)
  • 24. Component of RFID System• 3 Components Transceiver – Tag/Card Reader Transponder – RFID Tag/Card IC or microprocessor Antenna Transceiver RFID Tag Reader Tag Antenna antenna
  • 25. Range Support• Proximity card(125 KHz) read range: 5-12 cm(2”-5”) Typical read range- 8cm(3”)• Smart cards(13.56 MHz) read /write range: Maximum range - 9.5 cm. COSEC supports both the above frequency ranges.
  • 26. Types of Tags• Passive Tags – No battery – Low cost• Active Tags – On-board transceiver – Battery – must be replaced – Longer range – High cost
  • 27. RFID Card ConstructionRFID Cards Construction A paper label with RFID inside an antenna, printed, etched or stamped ... … and a chip … on a substrate attached to it e.g. a plastic foil ...
  • 28. How RFID Works? 1 2
  • 29. RFID applications• Manufacturing and Processing• Supply Chain Management• Retail• Security• Location Tracking• Traffic movement Control
  • 30. THANK YOU MATRIX COMSEC PVT. LTD. 394 -G.I.D.C, MAKARPURA VADODARA – 390 010 (INDIA)Phone : +91 265 2630555 Fax : +91 265 2636598 E-mail : URL :