Princeton Identity Inc., the identity management company, announced the launch of its new IOM Access600e iris and face biometric capture device, a premium level unit designed for high volume enrolment and fast, convenient identification in high security, high throughput applications. The Access600e replaces the company’s Access500e model, offering superior performance, significantly lower pricing, and a sleek, updated form factor that allows it to fit easily on tight table counters. The unit can comfortably process subjects with a wide range of heights, requiring them to simply glance at the device screen for a collection. Both face and iris can be processed in under 2 seconds. The 600e model features a fully contained lighting source, ensuring consistently high-quality capture of face and iris. Integration with passport scanners The Access600e integrates with passport scanners, fingerprint capture, badge readers and other sensorsThe Access600e integrates with passport scanners, fingerprint capture, badge readers and other sensors. This makes for a complete solution and streamlined enrolment that’s ideal for use at immigration checkpoints, secure military bases, and secure facilities with a large number of employees or contractors. Its ability to support large populations with high accuracy and throughput also makes it well-suited for arenas, cruise ships, theme parks and other commercial venues. The unit operates seamlessly with Princeton Identity’s Identity Management Platform and the IOM Access Control Product Suite, allowing for direct system enrolment. A web service interface enables integration into third party platforms with complex applications. Optional tri-modal enrolment is possible through integration with an external fingerprint capture device. Multi-modal biometric identity solutions The Access600e eliminates the traditional tug-of-war between convenience and security"Bob McKee, Princeton Identity’s VP, Sales and Marketing, says, “Princeton Identity’s multi-modal biometric identity solutions are the gold standard in accuracy while providing subjects with a fast and seamless experience.” Molly Levy, Product Manager says, “The Access600e completely eliminates the traditional tug-of-war between convenience and security, even in the most demanding, high-volume environments. Plus, with the Acces600e, we’ve been able to lower the price for such premium performance.” The IOM Access600e will be introduced at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 10-12.
Princeton Identity Inc., the identity management company, announces the new IOM Access200w iris recognition reader, an environmentally sealed and impact resistant model designed for use outdoors as part of the company’s IOM Access200 biometric identity product family. The IOM Access200w is the first outdoor solution of its kind, which when integrated with access control platforms, allows customers to unlock exterior building doors without removing gloves or reaching in pockets to find access cards while delivering the superior security of iris recognition authentication. External card readers The IOM Access200w features an easily configurable PIN pad, integrates with external card readers, and provides immediate feedback to users with face capture. The reader is suitable for use in heat, cold, humidity, direct sunlight and low light conditions. The IOM Access200w processes subjects almost as quickly as the blink of an eye With its patented technology, the IOM Access200w processes subjects almost as quickly as the blink of an eye. Ideal for a wide range of applications, including college and corporate campuses, critical infrastructures, correctional facilities, airports, data centers and more, the IOM Access200 system’s distributed architecture allows users to network any number and combination of indoor and outdoor readers throughout a facility or multi-site environments. Securing internal spaces “Princeton Identity is pleased to be first to market with a biometric identity solution that offers the convenience, speed and security of iris recognition for use on building exteriors. Outdoor entryways are often the first areas of concern when designing a security program, and now our customers can leverage the use of this golden biometric on these exterior locations as well as for securing internal spaces,” said Bob McKee, Princeton Identity’s VP of Sales and Marketing. “With the addition of our new IOM Access200w reader, Princeton Identity offers a true end-to-end identity management system that’s unparalleled in its accuracy, security, convenience and flexibility, and an ideal enhancement to any facility’s access control and physical security solutions.” The IOM Access200w will be introduced at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 10-12. See it at the Princeton Identity booth 7079.
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, establishing a solid dealer base in key markets and accelerating the adoption of Princeton Identity’s rich range of biometric solutions. “The additions of Felise, Wilkerson and Jahnke to the team will serve to propagate our biometric technology in a range of markets including physical security, airports, healthcare, government and financial services,” stated Bob McKee, vice president of sales and marketing at Princeton Identity. “These seasoned experts compliment the recent expansion of our advisory board and executive team, and will help us deliver on our mission to give people everywhere a more intuitive, efficient and natural security experience.” Wilkerson has authored several articles on access control concepts and perimeter security Security expertise Felise has been an active sales leader in the security industry for more than 13 years. Prior to joining Princeton Identity, he was the Northeastern regional sales manager at Paxton Access, where he was responsible for three consecutive years of growth before his promotion to national sales manager. Felise is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University. Wilkerson brings more than 30 years of experience in the security industry that spans management and executive leadership roles in distribution, product manufacturing and integration at companies such as Cardkey, Kantech, Clark Security Products and International Electronics/Linear Corporation. Before Princeton Identity, he was the national accounts manager at Nortek Security & Control. A respected thought leader in the industry, Wilkerson has authored several articles on access control concepts and perimeter security dating back to 1997. Wilkerson is a graduate of St. Ambrose University. Jahnke has more than 25 years in the security industry specialising in the access control market, and brings a strong background in technical sales and customer service ethics to the Princeton Identity team. Prior to Princeton Identity, he was a regional sales manager with Cardkey Systems, PCSC and GE Security.
Paxton’s building intelligence system, net10, is now available to purchase. Bringing the company’s 30 years’ experience in the security industry to the building management sector, net10 delivers out of the box access control, IP video management and building automation. Built with elegance and simplicity in mind, net10 is suitable for projects of all sizes, from the smallest retail facility to the largest university campus. Its launch marks a venture in a new sector for Paxton and comes in response to the evolving landscape within the security industry. net10 harnesses the connectivity and sharing of information between different technologies and devices to streamline the management of buildings within one intelligent system. With the use of conventional RFID tokens or Bluetooth SMART devices the system allows specific permissions to individuals, and groups of people, such as gaining access to a building using a mobile phone, automatically turning on/off the alarm and controlling heating and air conditioning. Supports all types of IP cameras net10 works in conjunction with all types of IP cameras in order to facilitate live viewing and the recording of video footage on the edge. It also provides building automation, interfacing with existing infrastructure for a high level of control over lighting, heating, air conditioning, intruder and fire alarms, ensuring maximum efficiency and improving cost and time savings. The system is managed using a highly intuitive web-interface meaning there’s no software to install or upgrade. It is designed to be future proof, and additional functionality will be introduced as the system evolves. Bob McKee, President Paxton Access Inc. says: "The market is rapidly continuing the adoption of IoT and merging of technologies for greater efficiencies and convenience. Paxton is embracing this opportunity and focusing their efforts to the middle market where there is a void of these types of system solutions. It’s the unification, not integration, of technologies where net10 distinguishes itself from the rest of the competition. net10 provides access control, video and building automation right out of the box!” net10 products are available to purchase from www.net10portal.com, with fast delivery, once the free, one day installer training session has been completed. The order can be tracked online, allowing the status of the shipment to be checked at any time. net10 installer & sales training classes The net10 installer and sales training classes provide the essential knowledge needed to install and sell the system, enabling attendees to win more business by offering this breakthrough solution. Once training is completed installers can take advantage of the net10 partner program, a loyalty program that rewards and incentivises participating businesses for proactive sales related activities of net10 products. There are three tiers to the program, each with varying levels of discount and associated requirements.
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