Aadhaar Based Single Fingerprint Scanner

Aadhaar Based single fingerprint scanner

Fingerprint scanners are a secure and convenient way to identify yourself using your fingerprints instead of passwords. They are more reliable than passwords because you can't lose, forget, or have them stolen. Our fingerprint scanner is durable and can be used for a variety of security applications. 

How Fingerprint Scanners Work:

Fingerprint scanners capture and analyze the distinctive patterns present in an individual's fingerprints. These patterns, known as minutiae points, are unique to each person and serve as the basis for identification

 Applications Across Industries:

Fingerprint scanners are used in many ways which are

Advantages and Limitations:


•  Intuitive system requires no training

•  Superior & High speed Single FP capture

•  Light weight & Supports  Automatic detection

•  Automatic FP Capture

•  Quick Authentication for large scale programs

• Meets UIDAI Compliance and exceeds ISO 19794-6 standard

    Supported Projects

Jeevan Pramaan is a biometric enabled digital service for pensioners. Pensioners of Central Government, State Government or any other Government organization can take benefit of this facility.  Under this facility pensioner person is required to purchase fingerprint scanner and then by using jeevan pramaan application he can register himself online and download pensioner certificate.  Jeevan pramaan is the digital life certificate which is received by pensioner who is enrolled with aadhaar number. Users can purchase a biometric fingerprint scanner and easily generate their life certificate. Our L1 certified BS20 model is compatible to work with this application.

MP Government DBT Scheme
MP Government DBT subsidy

Horticulture development has taken more importance in recent years as it has been identified as beneficial for the diversification of land use of this area, which provides an increase in employment opportunities, better returns in per unit area and nutritional gap.

Aadhaar based Biometric attendance system

Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System known in short as AEBAS is a time and attendance marking system based on biometric technology linked with the verification of Aadhaar. The system is particularly aimed at recording employee attendance in various government offices and agencies.

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Ayushman Bharat

Ayushman Bharat is a scheme that aims to provide health assurance to 10 crore families.It has two goals, one, creating a network of health and wellness infrastructure across the nation to deliver comprehensive primary healthcare services, and another is to provide insurance cover to at least 40 per cent of India's population

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Aadhaar KYC

As we need to provide your KYC documents to verify identity, e-KYC is no different except for being a digital process. Aadhaar based e-KYC is a paperless authentication process of an individual’s identity, carried out with his/her consent. This involves ID verification via biometric and demographic details available in the UIDAI  database, collected during the Aadhaar registration process. 

Our L1 certified BS20 model is compatible to work on such environment. 

National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) addresses poverty and vulnerability among urban poor households. Its primary goal is to provide opportunities for self-employment and skilled wage jobs that can help uplift their economic status. The mission would aim at providing shelters equipped with essential services to the urban homeless in a phased manner 

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Technical Specification of Aadhaar Based Fingerprint Scanner

How can it benefit to users?

Customers still has some concerns exists regarding fingerprint scanner and its technology. Below are the few guidelines given in form of queries raised and answers provided to give more clear view on the same

What are Fingerprint Scanners?

Fingerprint scanners are biometric devices that analyze unique fingerprint patterns to verify or identify individuals. This technology eliminates the need for passwords or PINs, providing enhanced security and convenience across various industries.

Which Fingerprint Scanner Technologies available in market?

What are the types of Fingerprint Scanners available in market?

How do Fingerprint Enrollment and Authentication Work?

What are the Fingerprint Scanner ISO Standards applicable in market?

What are single Fingerprint Scanner applications exists in market?

What are Slap Fingerprint Scanner Applications exists in market?

Generally, modern fingerprint scanners are highly accurate, with error rates being extremely low. However, the accuracy can vary depending on the quality of the scanner and the conditions under which it is used.

Modern fingerprint scanners implement robust encryption and anti-spoofing measures, making them highly secure.

Duplicating fingerprints is challenging, and advanced scanners can detect fake fingerprints.

In most cases, fingerprint scanners are effective for the majority of the population. However, individuals with certain medical conditions or occupations that cause significant wear and tear on their fingertips might encounter difficulties in using fingerprint scanners.

Fingerprint scanners are widely used for access control systems, such as securing buildings, computers, and mobile devices. They are also used in law enforcement for criminal identification and in various industries for time and attendance tracking.

No, fingerprint scanners do not store actual fingerprint images. Instead, they store mathematical representations of unique fingerprint patterns known as templates. These templates cannot be reverse-engineered to reconstruct the original fingerprint image.

Yes, fingerprint scanners can be integrated with other security systems  along with password-based authentication to provide multi-factor authentication, enhancing overall security.

Some limitations of fingerprint scanners include the possibility of false rejections (where legitimate users are denied access), susceptibility to environmental factors such as dirt or moisture, and the need for additional backup authentication methods in case of fingerprint damage or malfunctions.