El Club Tenis Pamplona has digitalised and modernised its facilities by implementing the dasGate biometric access and exit system in its reception area, operational since December.
Greater comfort and security of access to the Club
dasGate’s objective is to optimise security and access control to buildings and facilities by offering a better user experience by streamlining entry and exit and allowing the user to avoid carrying any accreditation.
Thanks to this biometric solution, the Pamplona Tennis Club has solved problems from the possible transfer or loss of the membership card, such as access by non-members or unauthorised persons. It also provides greater agility by eliminating the formation of queues at the entrance gates and optimises capacity control.
For Club members to access the facilities through facial recognition, all they have to do is give their consent to the sports entity, which will register their biometrics using the photo of the membership card of each interested member. It is a straightforward digitalisation system and registration of a database of 17,000 people.
dasGate protects the privacy of users by not storing photos or selfies. The system digitises the image and generates an irreversible biometric vector that does not store sensitive information and is only used by the same biometric engine that generated it.
Veridas biometric technology
dasGate’s biometric software is developed by Veridas, a leading company in digital identity verification with more than 100 customers worldwide such as Deutsche Telekom, CaixaBank, BBVA, Renfe, Repsol or Ventocom, among others.
Veridas is a company recognised for its commitment to regulation and compliance, submitting its biometric technologies to the highest international standards, such as the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the United States, where its biometric engines are considered one of the best in the world.
It has ISO 27001 certificates in information security systems, to which it has now added the certificate of compliance with the National Security Scheme (ENS). It also complies with current data protection regulations, such as the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Thanks to dasGate, the Pamplona Tennis Club has digitalised its access system, increasing the security of its facilities and offering its members an improved entry experience: in less than a second, without queuing and without the need to carry their membership card.