Physical security solutions provider LenelS2 has announced a deal with Toronto-based touchless biometric solutions company Invixium to distribute Invixium’s contactless biometric solutions through its OnGuard and NetBox value-added reseller (VAR) channels.
As a part of the agreement, the Invixium offerings will be equipped with a new interface with the OnGuard and NetBox systems aimed at enhancing their access control and proactive screening capabilities.
“The collaboration with Invixium provides our users with a versatile access control and proactive screening solution that can help them navigate today’s complex safety and security requirements,” said Jeff Stanek, President, LenelS2. “The advanced biometrics and built-in mask detection add new functionality to our Healthy Buildings portfolio,” he added.
The solutions are being offered as part of the Carrier’s Healthy Buildings Program — a creation of Carrier Global Corporation, which LenelS2 is a part of, that offers a suite of advanced solutions that look to create safer, healthier, and more efficient indoor environments.
Invixium’s IXM TITAN solution with Enhancement Kit will now be offered by LenelS2 on its channels. The TITAN is a dual-camera multimodal biometric kiosk capable of performing contactless facial recognition and mask detection, as well as measuring body temperature.
The reality of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought biometric solutions like the TITAN to the forefront of the industry in recent months, as businesses of all types look for safer ways to enter a new normal in the post-pandemic age.
“The powerful interface between the TITAN solution and LenelS2 access control systems provides very relevant biometric solutions that meet the world’s most pressing demands,” said Shiraz Kapadia, CEO & President of Invixium. “Our health-focused portfolio combines temperature screening with mask detection for contactless access control and workforce management in one elegant device, allowing businesses in key industries to easily create healthy business environments.”
December 18, 2020 – by Tony Bitzionis