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.
ZKAccess, a division of ZKTeco and leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, has introduced the LR-UHF-12, an outdoor IP66-rated long-range125 kHz proximity card reader designed specifically for ZKAccess cards and stickers.
ZKAccess, a division of ZKTeco and leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, is committed to educating and supporting its dealer network as to better compete in the security market. As part of this commitment, ZKAccess has recently created three new “dealer-focused” positions.
ZKAccess is proud to announce its new “All-in-One” Web-based security platform software – ZKBioSecurity3.0. The software, which supports the ZKAccess Pro Series of panels and readers, contains four integrated modules: Access Control, Video Integration, Elevator Control, and Visitor Management. Equipped with an optimized system architecture designed for high level biometric identification and a modern user-friendly UI, ZKBioSecurity3.0 provides an advanced solution for a whole new user experience.
ZKAccess is proud to announce that it is now officially an AMAG Technology Symmetry preferred partner and member of the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program. The ZKAccess OP-200 fingerprint reader interfaces with the Symmetry™ Access Control system to provide biometric capabilities without needing additional middleware. ZKAccess and AMAG Technology cooperatively tested and certified the integration.
ZKAccess, a leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, is pleased to announce its ZKBioPack software now allows for the integration of ZKAccess biometric readers with RS2 Technology’s Access It!® access control software. RS2 Technologies is an independently owned access management company, which allows them to stay close to their customers and be more responsive to their customers’ security needs.
ZKAccess CEO Larry Reed was a presenter at the Show, educating attendees on the security and convenience that biometric technology provides. “It was an honor to be invited as an expert speaker to review the evolution of access control, culminating in integrated biometric security solutions for various markets used in everyday applications,” Reed says. “Most tradeshows have only ‘static’ displays, but the San Diego show was a hand-on live experience of integrated security technologies,” he adds. Reed was also a guest on San Diego’s local news station KUSI, appearing in its weekly “Tech Tuesday” segment. He demonstrated integrated face recognition access control technology with technology partner Delta Turnstiles.
ZKAccess, a division of ZKTeco and leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, is pleased to announce the integration of its access control platform with Arteco, a global provider of video event management solutions. The integration of access control and video surveillance is of growing interest to end users in a wide variety of markets, which propelled both companies to seek a partnership to provide customers with the ability to combine data into a single management platform.
ZKAccess, a leading provider of biometric and RFID security solutions, is pleased to announce the availability of its Wireless Bridge kit for ZKAccess RFID and Biometric door controllers. The kit provides customers the absolute fastest, easiest, least expensive way to install and manage their ZKAccess door access control systems. Wireless Bridge is a compact 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi kit designed to allow individual ZKAccess C3 and InBio door controllers to connect with wireless access points up to 300 feet away when the door controllers are installed outdoors.
The new frontier for biometric technology is now a reality: long range facial recognition for access control. Historically there was fear about capturing and storing biometric information. The second challenge was having to slow down at a door to present credentials, or worse, interact with an unreliable device you had to touch or put your face close to.