Biometric access control systems

Biometric control systems in Kenya, access control installers, biometric, time attendance in Kenya. Alltech Security system offers biometric access control systems in Kenya. Our biometric access control systems are used in the current era instead of using something you have (like a key) or something you know (like a password), biometrics uses who you are to identify you.

Alltech Security Ltd is known Biometric Access Control Systems  Installers and Distributors in Kenya and East African Region.

We deal in;

  • biometric access control systems
  • biometric time and attendance
  • biometric time attendance
  • biometric terminals
  • mart cards
  • biometric security
  • biometric chips
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  • access control
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  • biometric time and attendance
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  • clocking system
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As connectivity continues to spread across the globe, it is clear that old security methods are simply not strong enough to protect what’s most important. Thankfully, biometric technology is more accessible than ever before, ready to bring enhanced security and greater convenience to whatever needs protecting, from a door, to your car to the PIN on your phone.

Biometric access control systems

Biometric Access Control Systems

Biometric access control systems

Biometric Access Control Systems

Alltech Security Kenya, is the Major Supplier and leading installer of Biometrics Access Systems in Kenya.  Time and attendance terminals all over Kenya are becoming increasingly popular in today’s market because of their many benefits (and, lets face it, hand or face scanning equipment is just pretty awesome).
Because biometrics terminals read a person’s unique fingerprint, iris, hand shape, or face shape, they ensure that employees cannot clock in for one another, thereby preventing employee time theft.

Biometric access control systems use physical and behavioral characteristics,

Fingerprint identification

Biometric Access Control Systems

  • Fingerprint identification

    Fingerprint ridges are formed in the womb; you have fingerprints by the fourth month of fetal development. Once formed, fingerprint ridges are like a picture on the surface of a balloon. As the person ages, the fingers get do get larger. However, the relationship between the ridges stays the same, just like the picture on a balloon is still recognizable as the balloon is inflated.

  • Hand geometry

    Hand geometry is the measurement and comparison of the different physical characteristics of the hand. Although hand geometry does not have the same degree of permanence or individuality as some other characteristics, it is still a popular means of biometric authentication.

  • Palm Vein Authentication

    This system uses an infrared beam to penetrate the users hand as it is waved over the system; the veins within the palm of the user are returned as black lines. Palm vein authentication has a high level of authentication accuracy due to the complexity of vein patterns of the palm. Because the palm vein patterns are internal to the body, this would be a difficult system to counterfeit. Also, the system is contactless and therefore hygienic for use in public areas.

  • Retina scan
    A retina scan provides an analysis of the capillary blood vessels located in the back of the eye; the pattern remains the same throughout life. A scan uses a low-intensity light to take an image of the pattern formed by the blood vessels.


  • Iris scan
    An iris scan provides an analysis of the rings, furrows and freckles in the colored ring that surrounds the pupil of the eye.


  • Face recognition
    Facial characteristics (the size and shape of facial characteristics, and their relationship to each other). Although this method is the one that human beings have always used with each other, it is not easy to automate it. Typically, this method uses relative distances between common landmarks on the face to generate a unique “faceprint.”


  • Signature
    Although the way you sign your name does change over time, and can be consciously changed to some extent, it provides a basic means of identification.


  • Voice analysis
    The analysis of the pitch, tone, cadence and frequency of a person’s voice.
  • DNA