Biometric RFID

Suprema Extends Access Control With XPass D2 Series RFID Readers

Suprema has announced the launch of XPass D2 series RF card readers. The XPass card readers a redesigned to lend extended capability, design flexibility and cost-effectiveness to the CoreStation package, Suprema’s enterprise access control solution. XPass D2 series are compact and outdoor-ready, with rugged IP67/IK08 housings, optimized for CoreStation-based centralized access control. he readers are BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and NFC compliant, for use with Suprema’s BioStar Mobile Card.

Morse Watchmans Showcases Asset Management Solutions At ISC West 2018

Morse Watchmans is now bringing their extensive key management expertise to help organizations keep valuable assets secure. At ISC West 2018 Morse Watchmans will be showcasing their RFID-powered asset management system, AssetWatcher, at booth #12109. AssetWatcher is an RFID-enabled locker system that enables businesses to secure and track valuable assets. Supporting over 10,000 users on a single system, the AssetWatcher RFID technology allows you to easily track who is removing or replacing an asset along with when and where in the system the asset has been taken from or placed into.

SimplyWork Integrates Iris ID IrisAccesss R100

Iris ID announced its iris recognition cameras will be incorporated into time and attendance clocks from SimplyWork, a provider of cloud-based time and attendance and other workforce management applications. The new timeclocks will be showcased at ISC West 2018. The SimplyWork biometric time clock uses employees’ iris biometrics to authenticate their identity as they begin and end work each day. Iris ID’s IrisAccess iCAM R100 cameras are built into the clocks to provide a fast, accurate and non-contact method of reporting time worked.

StoneLock To Feature Biometric Identity Management Solutions At ISC West

StoneLock announced that it will showcase its latest innovations in biometric identity management at ISC West. The StoneLock® True Frictionless Solution now supports 20,000 face-only (1:N) users, providing a scalable identity management access control solution for companies of all sizes. At ISC West, StoneLock will showcase its True Frictionless Solution delivering a hassle-free user experience with 1:N capability for up to 20,000 users­, providing a truly frictionless, enterprise-level identity management solution. The True Frictionless Solution is a combination of the StoneLock Pro device and the StoneLock Gateway.

Altronix And ZKTeco USA Announce New Integration Solution

Altronix and ZKTeco USA have recently teamed up to deliver a new access control and power integration solution that simplifies board layout and wire management, greatly reducing installation and labor costs. Designed and manufactured to seamlessly integrate with ZKAccess C3 and inBio access control panels, Trove2Z2 provides the versatility and flexibility to easily configure and install access systems.

ZKAccess Introduces Industry’s First Multi-Biometric Access Control Device With SilkID Technology

ZKAccess, a leading provider of biometric, RFID, and access control solutions, is pleased to bring to market the security industry’s first Multi-Biometric access control device with SilkID technology – the ProBio-ID. It offers the highest level of both security and convenience, all in a single, easily-installed stand-alone device. 

Tyco Security Products Introduces World’s Most Accurate Reader, Contactless Biometrics

Tyco Security Products introduces the Safran MorphoAccess SIGMA Series access control high speed biometric and card reader featuring the world’s number one performance-ranked fingerprint technology and the world’s only single hand movement capture and match reader, the MorphoWave Tower. Using this technology, C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management platforms are now able to deliver contactless […]

Primer: What We Talk About When We Talk About Biometric Physical Access Control

ISC West 2014, which is underway in Las Vegas and will be running through Friday, is playing host to a large number of biometrics vendors and professionals involved in physical access control. Now is naturally a great time to explore the exciting and versatile world of biometric physical access control.

Vision-Box Gets Latvian Contract For National Biometric Enrollment Station Deployment

January 23, 2014 –  Vision-Box  has been awarded a contract for the delivery of automated biometric enrollment solutions to the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs of Latvia. The company says this confirms its leadership in the Baltic region. According to Vision-Box, the new units will be used to capture citizen biometric data (face and fingerprint) as well as signature in the process of renewing an identity document. “This project confirms that, as far as identity management is concerned, one size doesn’t fit all,” Miguel Leitmann, SVP at Vision-Box said. “For every enrollment scenario there’s a solution addressing its specific needs, always providing the same level of quality in securing clients’ Identity Chain of Trust. Vision-Box is proud to understand and overcome our customers’ challenges, meet their demands and be the company of reference in this market.” Vision-Box has recently deployed self-service checkpoint eGates at Riga International Airport and Automated Border Control eGates and self-service verification kiosks at Tallinn International Airport, in Estonia. The company also recently opened a new office in Sao Paulo, consolidating its Latin American operations . Leave a Comment comments

Face Detection And Recognition By Airlive IVS

15-01-2014 Airlive, one of the most advanced international IP Surveillance Networking products and solutions provider, has just introduced its latest new cameras with an IVS face detection and recognition functionality – the MD-3025-IVS and the BU-3026-IVS, and announced its participation at Intersec Dubai 2014. Intelligent video surveillance (IVS) face detection and recognition is designed to provide advanced, accurate video analytics that can be used to search, track, classify, and identify faces of people within the monitored area. This IVS function automatically detects and captures a person’s face and compares it to an image recorded in a specific database. It can alert the operator when a face is detected in the frame of the image. This new function provides an additional security shield at the entrance to a buiding to prevent unauthorised entry, to protect residents, and also allows for the creation of a database of, employees and other people for example. A camera with this IVS function, if located at the entrance to a building, can maintain a record of all those who pass through the area and save their faces into a database. If a face is detected that is not stored to the database – then the appropriate information will be displayed. These IVS-featured IP cameras provide many benefits in application.  For example, a traditional access control system allows for the entry of an unauthorised person with an authorised card, whilst on the other hand an IVS authentication system compares the card holder and his face with the image already stored in the database.  For example, a passenger crossing through border control could have his face from the live video compared with […]