Fingerprint Installation.

We specialize in developing and implementing customized technology
solutions to meet the unique needs of the clients.


PTS will help you setup and install Fingerprint system recognition technology for various applications such as access control, time and attendance tracking, and security systems. The technology uses biometric data, specifically unique characteristics of an individual’s fingerprints, to identify and authenticate users.

The fingerprint installation process typically involves the following steps:

  1. Site survey and analysis: A site survey is conducted to assess the specific needs of the organization and to identify the most suitable locations for the fingerprint scanners.
  2. Selection of hardware: Based on the site survey, the appropriate type and number of fingerprint scanners are selected to meet the organization’s requirements.
  3. Installation of fingerprint scanners: The fingerprint scanners are installed in the appropriate locations, such as entrances or exits, and are connected to the control system.
  4. Configuration of the system: The fingerprint recognition system is configured to register users and to authenticate their identities. This may involve setting up access levels, defining user roles, and configuring integration with other systems.
  5. Testing and commissioning: The fingerprint recognition system is tested to ensure that it is functioning properly and that it is delivering the required level of service. Commissioning of the system ensures that the system is fully operational and that it meets the needs of the organization.

    The primary goal of fingerprint installation is to provide secure and reliable user identification and authentication. Fingerprint recognition technology is highly accurate, convenient, and tamper-resistant, making it an effective solution for access control, time and attendance tracking, and security systems.

    By installing and configuring the fingerprint recognition system properly, it is possible to ensure that the system is functioning optimally and that it is providing the required level of service.