Johnson Controls is introducing the Innometriks Cheetah SE Bio High Assurance Smart Card Reader with fingerprint biometric matching.
The card reader’s advanced system and seamless architecture allow for efficient integration with a range of physical access control systems (PACS) with its secure and open-based OSDP protocol.
With this update, enrollments are captured and stored in a central database and matched via OSDP or stored directly on a smartcard.
When an individual touches a biometric sensor at an access point, the biometric fingerprint image will be captured and compared against the reference template for secure and fast matching. This event is then communicated to the PACS for instant access to the requested location.
The Innometriks Cheetah SE Bio High Assurance Smart Card Reader offers a low cost, highly secure reader that meets implementation paths for Federal agencies and non-governmental organizations with guidelines for the incremental rollout of Personal Identification Verification (PIV) enabled access points.
The Innometriks Cheetah SE Bio supports Software House RM Reader functionality for new and existing installations as well as the industry standard SIA OSDP protocol.
Easy to deploy, as well as flexible, it provides tiered authentication levels and the ability to read FIPS-201 based credentials (PIV, PIV-1, CIV, CAC, TWIC). Innometriks Cheetah SE Bio reader also supports commercial industry 13.56Mhz smart cards such as MIFARE, iCLASS, DESFire and DESFire EV1/EV2.Source: johnsoncontrols.com