StoneLock is off to a solid start in 2019. The Kansas-based access management startup has announced that it has received $2.82 million in funding from undisclosed angel investors in a deal that was formally closed on March 7th.
As a provider of biometric access control, StoneLock primarily focuses on Near-Infrared (NIR) facial recognition technology, delivering high-speed biometric authentication that can process a large number of guests at a single venue entrance, regardless of the lighting conditions. The company made waves at last year’s ISC West security expo, showing guests their “identity heatmaps” to demonstrate the unique nature of the True Frictionless platform.
StoneLock’s enterprise-level solutions have already been deployed by 40 percent of Fortune 100 companies and 20 percent of Fortune 500 companies, with StoneLock also offering the StoneLock Gateway identity management platform. Its access management technology is suitable for a number of different industries, including financial services, airports, manufacturing, and healthcare.
April 2, 2019 – by Eric Weiss