Suprema BioStation 3 Door Access Control

Suprema BioStation 3 Door Access Control

BioStation 3 redefines door access control standards, offering an enhanced door access solution that boosts security for organizations of any size. Despite its compact size compared to earlier models, it boasts the broadest range of features available.

Multiple Contactless Door Access Control Methods

BioStation 3 provides multiple credential options. Choose from the most convenient authentication methods — all contactless and perfectly compatible with a post-pandemic world.

Facial Recognition

Facial authentication is a sophisticated security technology that uses the unique characteristics of a person’s face to verify their identity. This biometric system captures an image or a video feed of a person’s face and uses algorithms to analyze specific facial features such as the distance between the eyes, the shape of the cheekbones, the jawline, and other distinguishing traits. These features are then compared to a database of known faces to find a match.

Mobile Access

Mobile Access refers to the capability of using mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or smartwatches, as digital keys to gain entry into secured areas, buildings, or rooms. This technology typically operates via a mobile application that communicates with access control systems through wireless technologies such as Bluetooth, NFC (Near Field Communication).

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Card

RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, is a technology that uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. These tags contain electronically stored information, which can be read from a distance, eliminating the need for direct contact or line-of-sight scanning that barcode technology requires. RFID is used in a wide range of applications, from inventory management to door access control.

QR Code & Scan

“QR Code and Scan” refers to a technology that uses Quick Response (QR) codes for various applications, including authentication, information sharing, and as a means of access control. A QR code is a two-dimensional barcode that stores information in a square-shaped, machine-readable optical label. The information encoded can range from simple text or URLs to more complex data like contact details or Wi-Fi network credentials. Scanning these codes is typically done using a smartphone or tablet camera, or specialized QR code scanners.

In the context of door access control, QR codes can serve as digital keys. For events, tickets can be issued as QR codes, streamlining entry processes and reducing the need for physical tickets.

Ideal for Any Door or Business

BioStation 3 offers seamless installation and scalability across various settings, from compact offices to large-scale corporate complexes. It boasts a significant size reduction of 47% when compared to Suprema’s prior top-selling facial recognition terminal, the FaceStation F2.

With its sleek, streamlined design, BioStation 3 fits effortlessly with any door style. It’s equally adept for use in both indoor and outdoor settings, courtesy of its durable IP65 and IK06 ratings, ensuring robust protection against environmental elements.