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FPC Launches New Access Control-focused Fingerprint Sensors

FPC Launches New Access Control-focused Fingerprint Sensors

As it continues to expand the applications of its biometric technology beyond the mobile sector, Fingerprint Cards has announced two new capacitive fingerprint sensors designed specifically for access control. Dubbed the FPC1020 and the FPC1024, the sensors are compact and water resistant, Fingerprint Cards says. Perhaps more importantly, they sport low power consumption, further enhancing…

Quanergy Unveils Solid State LiDAR Products for People Counting and Access Control

Quanergy Unveils Solid State LiDAR Products for People Counting and Access Control

Quanergy has released a pair of new LiDAR products designed for access control and smart city applications. Both products are built with Quanergy’s QORTEX perception software and its S3-2 durable solid state LiDAR sensor, and will be available as part of the company’s broader Quanergy Flow Management portfolio. The first of the new offerings is…

CLEAR Provides Access Control for University of Texas Football Stadium

CLEAR Provides Access Control for University of Texas Football Stadium

Biometrics News – Fingerprint Recognition CLEAR has partnered with the University of Texas to introduce biometric screening at the University’s Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin. The company will be operating enrollment pods at Gate 25, though anyone interested can begin the process online before heading to the stadium. Once students are enrolled, they…

NEXT Releases Two New Access Control Modules

NEXT Releases Two New Access Control Modules

Biometrics News – Fingerprint Recognition – Access Control NEXT Biometrics is expanding its portfolio with two new fingerprint sensor modules designed for access control. Both the One Touch Access 110 and 115 have a large sensor area and are built with NEXT’s Active Thermal tech, though the 115 is a bit more rugged and is…

Access Control Company Places Order for NEXT Fingerprint Sensors

Access Control Company Places Order for NEXT Fingerprint Sensors

NEXT Biometrics has received a substantial purchase order worth roughly $100,000. The order concerns fingerprint sensor modules that NEXT expects to deliver in the fourth quarter of 2019 and into 2020. The announcement did not reveal which company placed the order, but did disclose that it came from an existing NEXT customer that planned to…

Nymi Partners with Systec & Solutions for Biometric Cleanroom Access Control

Nymi Partners with Systec & Solutions for Biometric Cleanroom Access Control

“The Systec readers will be able to verify the identities of employees using the biometric information stored in the Band, so employees will be able to gain access to corporate cleanrooms without touching a keypad and dirtying their hands…” Nymi has partnered with Systec & Solutions to make its biometric authentication technology more appealing to…

Precise Biometrics Pivots to Access Control in First YOUNiQ Application

Precise Biometrics Pivots to Access Control in First YOUNiQ Application

“It represents an important step forward for Precise, which has established itself as a leading provider of biometric algorithm software for fingerprint sensors, but is now aiming to expand its reach into new market areas.” Precise Biometrics has announced the first major application of its forthcoming YOUNiQ biometric solution, pivoting into face-based access control. Still…

NEXT Provides Fingerprint Sensors for Unnamed Access Control Provider

NEXT Provides Fingerprint Sensors for Unnamed Access Control Provider

NEXT Biometrics is expanding its market reach through a new partnership with an unnamed provider of access control solutions for the global market. The deal specifically concerns NEXT’s One Touch ID 2010 ultra-slim FAP20 fingerprint sensor, which will be integrated into a range of identity verification and access control devices over the course of the…

Security Researchers Allege Vulnerability in Popular Biometric Access Control System

Security Researchers Allege Vulnerability in Popular Biometric Access Control System

Researchers with the digital security firm VPNMentor have alleged a serious security issue concerning Biostar 2, Suprema’s popular biometric access control system. The researchers say they were able to gain access to BioStar 2 databases containing fingerprint and facial biometrics data, usernames and passwords, and the personal information of employees of companies using BioStar 2.…

AEOS Access Control Platform Integrates Suprema Fingerprint Tech

AEOS Access Control Platform Integrates Suprema Fingerprint Tech

“To make the transition as smooth as possible, Nedap developed a new Bio-API that makes it easier to incorporate biometric technology into AEOS.” The Dutch company Nedap has announced that it will be integrating Suprema’s fingerprint recognition tech – specifically the BioStar 2 solution – into its AEOS access control platform. The move is part…

Telaeris Collaboration Brings Biometric Iris ID Reader to Access Control, Workforce Management

Telaeris Collaboration Brings Biometric Iris ID Reader to Access Control, Workforce Management

“The addition of the Telaeris XPressEntry software enables us to add important new functions for our commercial and government customers. The iCAM M300 is now ideal for virtually any use requiring mobile identity authentication.” – Mohammed Murad, VP Global Business Development and Sales Iris ID A new collaboration with mobile tracking solutions provider Telaeris has…

ISC West: Ipsidy’s Philip Beck Talks Face-Based Onboarding and Access Control [Audio]

ISC West: Ipsidy’s Philip Beck Talks Face-Based Onboarding and Access Control [Audio]

One of the security industry’s biggest events has just wrapped up, and FindBiometrics is still unpacking ISC West’s plethora of biometrics news and interviews. Before the end of the show, FindBiometrics Director of Digital Content Susan Stover was lucky enough to get the opportunity to speak with Ipsidy CEO Philip Beck. Ipsidy is an important…

BioConnect Explains Duo Integration’s Strong, Simple Access Control

BioConnect Explains Duo Integration’s Strong, Simple Access Control

“As BioConnect CEO Rob Douglas explained in a show floor interview at ISC West, the aim is to unify digital and physical access security, so that a user only needs to authenticate through a single platform for both.” In the wake of its big announcement about partnering with Duo, BioConnect is now spelling out exactly…

ISC West 2019: Ipsidy Teams with RemoteLock On Selfie-Based Biometric Access Control

ISC West 2019: Ipsidy Teams with RemoteLock On Selfie-Based Biometric Access Control

“Security resellers and integrators can offer the combined solution that provides the security, control and certainty for physical access management, that is cost effective for their clients and easy to deploy and use.” – Philip Beck, CEO, Ipsidy Ipsidy is joining forces with access control specialist RemoteLock to bring selfie-based biometric authentication to the latter’s…

BioConnect Previews Biometric Access Control Enhancements

BioConnect Previews Biometric Access Control Enhancements

“Enterprises care most about protecting their most valuable assets – their people, data and IP. The physical security systems of yesterday don’t have the intelligence and security that is demanded in today’s workplace.” – Rob Douglas, CEO, BioConnect BioConnect is offering a sneak preview of planned enhancements to its biometric access control offering, with a…

Atos to Coordinate 2020 Olympics’ Biometric Access Control System

Atos to Coordinate 2020 Olympics’ Biometric Access Control System

Atos will play an important role in implementing the 2020 Tokyo Olympics’ facial recognition access control system, the company has revealed. Acting as the International Olympic Committee’s Worldwide IT Partner, Atos will act as the overarching manager of an ‘Advanced Access Control System’. Panasonic will provide equipment for the AACS, while NEC will deliver the…

Suprema Fingerprint Readers Integrated Into AMAG Access Control Platform

Suprema Fingerprint Readers Integrated Into AMAG Access Control Platform

Suprema‘s BioLite N2 and BioEntry P2 biometric readers have now been integrated into AMAG Technology’s Symmetry Access Control platform. The biometric readers are designed primarily to support fingerprint recognition, but can also be configured to require PINs and ID cards in for particularly sensitive access control situations. Alternatively, lower-security deployments can rely on PIN- and…

New ‘Race Blind’ Biometric Access Control System Aimed at Agriculture Sector

New ‘Race Blind’ Biometric Access Control System Aimed at Agriculture Sector

Florida-based biometrics specialist SensibleVision has announced a new access control solution developed in collaboration with NoveTechnologies, a Nebraska-based agricultural technology firm. Called Protocol, the solution is based on 3D facial recognition, and is currently being offered in beta form to production facilities based on a monthly subscription model. In a statement announcing the solution, SensibleVision…

NEXT Reaches Into Russian Access Control Market with Latest Partnership

NEXT Reaches Into Russian Access Control Market with Latest Partnership

“Making use of NEXT Biometrics’ advanced fingerprint technology enables us to serve this need along with seamless integration and a multitude of successful use cases.” – Maxim Chembura, UniComm Commercial Director NEXT Biometrics now has a Russian distributor: The company has announced that UniComm, an IT security developer and integrator, will sell its biometric access…

Invixium Targets University/College Market for Biometric Access Control

Invixium Targets University/College Market for Biometric Access Control

Having demonstrated the utility of its biometric authentication technologies in heavy-duty industrial deployments, Invixium is now setting its sights on the academic market. In a new blog post, the company has outlined three key areas where its biometric access control solutions could prove highly beneficial. A fairly obvious one is in academic laboratory facilities. It’s…

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