Princeton Identity News

Princeton Identity’s Biometric Conex system offers secure authentication for campuses and facilities

Princeton Identity Inc., a provider of secure biometric security systems, has announced the deployment of its Biometric Conex, designed to assist customers with quick and accurate personnel authentication for campuses and facilities. The Conex is a 20-foot long standard shipping container outfitted with on-the-move facial, iris and fingerprint biometric capture technology, which can be operational in less than 24 hours. Biometric Conex Princeton Identity is showcasing the Biometric Conex at the...

Princeton Identity receives three new patents for iris recognition technology by USPTO

Princeton Identity, provider of the fastest, simplest and most secure biometric security system on the market, announced three new patents related to innovations in iris recognition technology that the company was awarded by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The new patents include: Patent 10042994 for Validation of the Right to Access an Object. Patent 10025982 for Collecting and Targeting Marketing Data and Information Based upon Iris Identification. Patent 10038691 for Autho...

Princeton Identity’s iris recognition technology generates brand awareness and business growth for Brevillier Village

Princeton Identity Inc., provider of the fastest, simplest and most secure biometric security systems on the market, announced that its customer, Brevillier Village, is reporting a huge increase in brand awareness resulting from publicity of its status as the nation’s first senior residential and healthcare facility to deploy iris recognition technology as part of a comprehensive physical security system. Located just outside Erie, PA, Brevillier Village has been the subject of local and...

Princeton Identity hires security experts to promote biometric solutions

Princeton Identity Inc., a provider of the fastest, simplest and secure biometric security systems on the market, has announced that it has expanded its sales team with three regional sales managers. Lending their collective expertise in physical security each manager will oversee a specific U.S. sales region—Devon Felise, the East, Dennis Wilkerson, the West and Chris Jahnke, the Central region. Each manager will be responsible for developing manufacturer representative sales teams, esta...

Princeton Identity appoints Joseph A. Pendergast as Production Manager

Princeton Identity, a provider of the fastest, simplest and secure biometric security system on the market, announced that Joseph A. Pendergast has joined Princeton Identity as production manager. Pendergast will be responsible for overseeing the company’s Access200™ product line, its feature-rich biometric security solution. Pendergast brings more than 30 years of experience managing global operations, supply chain management and procurement to the Princeton Identity team. Expandin...

PSIA addresses Physical Logical Access Interoperability specification at ISC West 2018

A critical issue for security officers today is how to make sure temporary or permanent employees are removed from the employee directory system when they are no longer working for the company. This situation arises especially in large enterprises, which may have different Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) supporting different offices or company operations. It is not uncommon for a company to make an acquisition and have two or more incompatible PACS systems. The simple way to address this...

PSIA demonstrates PLIA Agent security integration solution at ISC West 2018

A commercial version of the PLAI Agent will be demonstrated by the PSIA at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas. Johnson Controls (Software House), Kastle Systems, and Princeton Identity will show the interoperability and exchange of identity information between disparate systems. “Having a commercial PLAI Agent, available to any company, is an important milestone for PLAI,” said David Bunzel, Executive Director of the PSIA. “It will enable Physical Access Control System (PACS) vendors t...

Princeton Identity uses Access500e identity management kiosk module to enhance security at Dubai International Airport

Princeton Identity Inc., a provider of the fastest, simplest and most secure biometric security system on the market, announced the deployment of its Access500e identity management kiosk module within the Dubai International Airport (DXB). The Princeton Identity solution identifies DXB travelers within one to two seconds, reducing time spent in security lines and enhancing the overall travel experience.  The Emirates Airlines terminals are the largest terminals within one of the world&rsqu...

PACS vendors Lenel and Software House announce integration by including the PLAI in their OnGuard and C•CURE products

Both companies have been active in the development of PLAI and have seen market demand for its features Physical Access Control System (PACS) vendors Lenel (UTC) and Software House (Tyco Security Products) have made a strong endorsement for the PSIA's Physical Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification, by including it as a native implementation in their OnGuard and C•CURE products, respectively. OnGuard PLAI adapter Each of these companies has been activ...

Princeton Identity implements iris recognition system at Pennsylvania elder care facility

The easy-to-use solution ensures instant identification and requires no codes to be remembered Princeton Identity has recently implemented an iris recognition system at Brevillier Village, a long-term care and independent residential/retirement facility in Erie, Pennsylvania, that will make access control procedures easier and more convenient for both residents and staff. Iris recognition technology According to Jean LaFuria, Vice President of Residential Services, Brevillie...

7 things you need to know about iris recognition systems

Iris recognition measures the unique patterns in the coloured portion of the eye (the iris) and compares that ‘signature’ to the one on file Since the late 1990s, iris recognition technology has been used in banks and airports as a means of identity authentication. Today, its use is widespread in government facilities, schools/research centres, correctional/judicial facilities, healthcare and others. There are a number of reasons for its rising popularity, but firs...

Princeton Identity receives Outstanding Technology Development Company Award 2016 by New Jersey Tech Council

Princeton Identity Inc. is formerly a line of business of SRI International, marketed under the SRI Identity brand Princeton Identity Inc., an innovator in biometric technologies, announces that the company has been selected to receive the Outstanding Technology Development Company Award for 2016 by the New Jersey Tech Council. Outstanding Technology Development Award “New Jersey ranks in the top 5 States for innovation according to the 2016 Bloomberg Innovation Index,...