NEC Corporation of America announced that it was recognized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)-sponsored Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) for adopting leading forensic science standards for utilizing biometric systems, including face recognition technology and other biometric matching algorithms. NEC’s technology is used as a biometric solution by numerous law enforcement agencies and federal government organizations as a leading national security tool.
Iris ID announce that its IrisAccess™ iCAM 7S Series of Advanced Multifactor Biometric Iris Readers are the first iris biometric devices tested and verified to meet the Security Industry Association (SIA) Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) Secure Profile communications standard for access control security and interoperability. Receiving OSDP Verification from SIA instills confidence in integrators, specifiers, and practitioners that OSDP devices will work as intended for various types of access control use cases.
RealNetworks is displaying SAFR SCAN™, a highly innovative Facial Recognition Reader for a wide range of mainstream access control, workforce management and health safety applications at IFSEC 2022 in stand IF2635. Making its public debut in the European market, SAFR SCAN uniquely delivers advanced identification and authentication performance at an extremely attractive price point.
MSAB announces the first major release for 2022. The updated mobile forensics solutions come with a range of new and improved capabilities designed to help forensic specialists and digital investigators to accelerate their investigative efforts and solve cases faster combined with full support for windows 11. The updated mobile forensics solution for digital data extraction, XRY, comes with a secure file format, now supporting over 39,300 device profiles.
Invixium is debuting the company’s IXM TFACE biometric solution priced for general purpose applications here at ISC West 2022 in The Venetian Bassano Meeting Room 2801-2. As the latest addition to the company’s touchless biometric solution portfolio, IXM TFACE provides the high security, convenience, and functionality of face recognition and fingerprint authentication with mobile credentials at an affordable price point. Inspired by IXM TITAN, TFACE is the ideal solution for organizations of all sizes.
RealNetworks announces SAFR SCAN™, a highly innovative Access Control product for commercial and office uses. SAFR SCAN is Real’s first integrated hardware-software product and is being publicly unveiled today at the ISC West 2022 trade show in Las Vegas. A touchless biometrics solution that is much more secure, reliable, and accurate than keycard-based systems, SAFR SCAN is engineered for use in both indoor and outdoor environments. SAFR SCAN will be sold in North America through a network of system integrators and has an MSRP of $1,199.
Integrated Biometrics announced the promotion of Fred Frye to Chief Scientist. An IB co-founder and former CTO, the promotion enables Frye to focus on new product development. With 30 years of technology industry experience, including 20 years of innovation in biometrics, Frye pioneered fingerprint acquisition solutions through the development of electroluminescent film science and the adoption of thin film transistors. He is the holder of multiple technology patents and is the inventor of an adaptive circuit to enable the dynamic capture of both dry and wet fingerprints.
HID Global announce that it will be supplying a newly designed passport to Barbados that reflects both the country’s transition to a republic as well as its cultural elements. HID Global moved quickly to ensure that from the moment Barbados became a republic, the passports issued reflect this historic change. Barbados is considered to have the Caribbean region’s most powerful passport, according to the Henley Passport Index.
SAFR was selected as the facial recognition technology provider for a new biometric access control system in use at Japanese construction sites. Developed by Nextware corporation, Ltd., in conjunction with Kids-Way corporation, the new FACEma® access control and health management system enables construction site workers to automatically register their attendance and departure while also checking body temperatures for fever symptoms.
Invixium is expanding its portfolio of touchless biometric offerings with IXM TFACE, a highly versatile dual-biometric device. This solution provides the high-security, convenience, and functionality of face recognition as well as fingerprint recognition and mobile credentials at an affordable price point. Inspired by IXM TITAN, TFACE is the ideal solution for enterprises of all sizes.
Quickly and conveniently moving large numbers of people through airports, across borders or accessing many other locations will be easier with two new Iris ID IrisAccess™ products – the iCAM D2000 and the IrisBar (OU60B). Both compact and touchless readers accurately identify people through advanced multi-modal biometric technologies. Iris ID introduced the readers today at the Intersec Dubai tradeshow in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
HID Global outlines and discusses important trends that are set to reshape the security industry in 2022 and beyond. With more than 30 years powering and protecting the physical and digital identities of the world’s people, places and things, HID Global is in a unique position to identify key enablers, disruptive events and game-changing developments that will shape the security landscape in 2022.
Neurotechnology announced the release of the new MegaMatcher 12.3 multi-biometric product line, including updates to the MegaMatcher software development kit (SDK) and to MegaMatcher Accelerator – a combined software and hardware solution that provides high-speed, high-volume biometric identification for national-scale projects. The latest versions include enhanced facial and iris recognition algorithms with improved liveness detection.
SAFR shared its top predictions for the physical security industry in 2022. These include letting go of fears around AI, embracing hybrid cloud solutions and embracing pandemic-driven use cases. Their current conversations about AI are frequently fear-based. Coverage in the media has been dominated by depictions of rampant bias and invasions of privacy. The trend for 2022 will be to move away from this fearmongering and towards more balanced perspectives.
Invixium has integrated its portfolio of modern solutions with AEOS. This integration between AEOS and IXM WEB, Invixium’s enterprise-grade software solution, streamlines the process of setting up and using Invixium biometric systems with AEOS. AEOS users can now seamlessly deploy Invixium touchless biometrics, such as face recognition via IXM TITAN, as well as the rest of Invixium’s world-class biometric portfolio. This integration is powered by IXM Link, a licensed software feature for IXM WEB that allows for one- or two-way database-to-database synchronization between IXM WEB and AEOS.
Iris ID announced that Michigan-based Tracy Inc. selected the IrisTime iT100 as its biometric data collection solution for the complex and demanding time and attendance environments found in government, university and manufacturing sectors. The iT100, Iris ID’s customizable and contactless time and attendance platform, provides Tracy, which specializes in implementing labor management solutions, with a fusion of iris and facial recognition technologies to enhance the accuracy of its systems.
Neurotechnology announced the release of the new MegaMatcher On Card software development kit (SDK). MegaMatcher On Card is an SDK for developing applications that feature biometric comparisons directly within the microcontroller of smart cards, and it includes optimized versions of the top ranked fingerprint, face and iris biometric algorithms from Neurotechnology. The latest version of the SDK includes a new implementation of the face recognition algorithm with a biometric data template size lower than 256 bytes.
o comply with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)’s stringent regulations for the credentialing of employees and contractors, airports have to undertake complex and time-consuming processes to issue and administer badges or face hefty fines. To help airports of all sizes automate and simplify this process, Genetec announced its new Geneec™ Security Center Airport Badging Solution (ABS).
Suprema announced the successful integration of its biometric access control products with Genetec Security Center. Through this integration, Genetec Synergis can be paired with Suprema access control devices to allow users to verify access credentials with fingerprints and facial recognition along with existing RFID cards and PIN numbers. Biometric data such as fingerprint and facial recognition records can be quickly registered through either the Security Center software or Suprema’s BioStar 2 software,.
Invixium is broadening its offerings through IXM Mobile, a smartphone app with features designed for healthy access. This new mobile platform extends the company’s flagship solution, IXM TITAN, and enterprise-grade software, IXM WEB. The mobile app will provide end-users with groundbreaking features to enhance their biometric security system for staff and visitors. As the pandemic evolves, enterprises continue to invest in long-term solutions to satisfy the needs of staff and visitors and persisting government guidance for mask-wearing and temperature screening.