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Salam Dear Respected ,

Well Come To

Consulting International

Engr . Muhammad Ameer Hamza

Consulting International

Proprietor :- Engr . Muhammad Ameer Hamza

BScs Software Engineering From Virtual University Of
Pakistan Lahore
Contact Number / WhatsApp :- 03224123316

Proprietor :- Engr . Muhammad Junaid Saleem

BScs Civil Engineering From
Contact Number / WhatsApp :- 03035288785

Represents :-

Face and Fingerprint

Terminal Manual
Chapter 1. Introduction of Face and Fingerprint Terminal Manual
Chapter 2. User (Teachers \ Students \ Other Staff ) Registration and delete

Features (Chapter 1 & Chapter 2) :-

 Administrator Registration
 Face Registration
 Fingerprint Registration
 Induction Card Registration
 Password Registration
 Picture Registration
 Also you can Delete User

Chapter 3. Communication Settings

Features :-
 Machine Number Setting
 TCP / IP Setting
 Wi-Fi Setting
 Port Setting
 Communication password
 Record Transmission method
 The Background IP Address
Chapter 4. U Disk to Download

Features :-
 Download Validation Records
 Download All Verification Records
 Download Management Record
 Download User Information
 Upload User registration Information

Chapter 5. Data Query

Features :-
 Registration Information
 Device Information
 Advance Search

Chapter 6. Installation Guide Lines

Administrator Registration
Face Registration
Fingerprint Registration

Out In the Middle Deviation

Induction Card Registration
Password Registration
Picture Registration
Delete User
Machine Number Setting
TCP/IP Setting
Wi-fi Setting
Port Setting
Communication Password
Record Transmission Method
The Background IP Address
Fingerprint Recognition vs. Facial Recognition:
Biometric Modalities Face to Face

 Today, biometric applications are used across industries, institutions and government
establishments. In many business outfits, it is very crucial for continuity of business operations
that biometric systems keep functioning tirelessly. In institutions like hospitals and blood
transfusion units, where precise identification of patients and blood / organ donors can be
crucial, biometrics eliminates possibility of human errors and expedite overall healthcare

 operations by streamlining patient identification practice. Biometrics makes use unique

physiological and behavioral patterns of human body. These patterns are formed randomly
owing to different biological and environmental reasons. Randomness and complexity of
details make these patterns good enough to be considered as unique. These biological or
behavioral characteristics can be as obvious as facial structure or voice, which can even be
recognized and differentiated by human senses, or as unapparent as DNA sequence of
vascular structure, which require special equipment and process for identification of an
 Despite the sizable difference in different biometric traits, they serve a common purpose:
making personal identification possible with biometrics. Biometrics makes use of statistical,
mathematical, imaging and computing techniques to uniquely map these patterns for an
individual. These patterns are first captured by imaging or scanning and then taken through
specialized algorithms to generate a biometric template, which is unique to the individual.
Fingerprint Recognition vs. Facial
Recognition: Biometric Modalities Face
to Face
 Biometric modalities
 A biometric modality is the type of human trail that a biometric system accepts as input. There are
many biological and behavioral patterns in human beings that biometrics can leverage to identify
them individually. Biometric modalities can be classified largely in three categories: Physiological,
Behavioral and a combination of these two.
 Physiological modalities
 These modalities are related with shape and size of the body, for example: fingerprints, hand
geometry, facial recognition, retina, DNA, etc.
 Behavioural modalities
 These modalities pertain to the human behavior which is expected to be consistent over time, for
example: signatures, typing rhythm, gait (the way an individual walks). Behavioral patterns of a
person develop over time and are believed to remain unchanged during the lifetime. These
behavioral patterns can be measured and used to identify the individual.
 Combination of physiological and behavioural modalities
 These modalities depend of physiology as well as human behavior, for example: voice
Face and Fingerprint Terminal
Face and Fingerprint Terminal