Suprema is continuing its 2019 world tour with a stop at the Security Exhibition & Conference in Sydney, Australia. The event runs from July 24-26 at the International Convention Centre, with Suprema displaying its wares at booth #A8 on the convention floor.
At the event, the company will be highlighting its full range of biometric access control solutions, including the newly launched FaceLite facial recognition platform and the BioStar 2 security suite. FaceLite made an appearance at IFSEC 2019 in London after its debut at the ISC West conference in April. The facial recognition solution is designed for access control and can match up to 30,000 faces per second, even in adverse lighting conditions.
In Sydney, Suprema will also be showcasing CoreStation, a centralized access management that makes it easier to deploy and oversee a physical security network with as many as 132 points of entry. CoreStation uses fingerprint recognition to verify the identities of approved individuals.
Suprema, of course, is well known for its fingerprint recognition tech. The company recently unveiled the ultra-thin BioMini Slim 3 reader at ID4Africa in South Africa, and previously placed its BM-Slim2 scanner in a pair of rugged AMREL tablets.
July 24, 2019 – by Eric Weiss