STANLEY Security, a leading provider of access control and integrated security solutions, announces it has expanded its network of value-added resellers (VARs) to distribute its suite of EyeLock iris-based identity authentication products and technology solutions. The channel now includes Vanderbilt Industries, Low Voltage Contractors, Stone Security and Xentry Systems Integration.

Launched in 2011, STANLEY Security’s EyeLock product solutions provide a dual-iris authentication method for identity management, producing one of the most accurate access control solutions in the field. The robust and flexible design offers video-based iris recognition of registered individuals in-motion and at-a-distance, resulting in accelerated throughput to be used in a variety of applications. The full product suite includes the EyeLock HBOX, EyeSwipe Nano, EyeSwipe Nano-TS and coming in 2015, the nano NXT.

Exclusively distributed by STANLEY Security, the expansion of the EyeLock VARs network now allows for a total of 25 trusted resellers worldwide to market to end-users.

“By continuing to grow the EyeLock VAR channel with reliable, notable resellers, customers are able to more easily access an exciting new technology that seamlessly and efficiently improves upon access control through proven, reputable avenues,” said Jerry Walker, Vice President of Sales in the Americas for STANLEY Security. “We’re thrilled to partner with Vanderbilt Industries, Low Voltage Contractors, Stone Security and Xentry Systems Integration.”

Based out of Parsippany, NJ, Vanderbilt Industries is a global leader in access control and security systems design. Low Voltage Contractors is a total technology systems provider, servicing customers in Minneapolis, MN and the surrounding areas. Stone Security offers modern security integration solutions for the commercial security market, based in Salt Lake City, UT, and Xentry Systems Integration is a leader in designing, installing and maintaining electronic technology solutions across a wide range of applications, with headquarters in Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati, OH.

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