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Morpho displays biometric access control and time solutions at ASIS International 2015

Published on 29 September, 2015
Morpho fingerprint readers embed web server that enables users of laptops, tablets or smartphones to connect, and then trigger on-device enrolment, configure terminals
MA SIGMA Lite fingerprint terminals are specifically designed to equip narrow mounting surfaces
 

Morpho (Safran) announced recently the introduction of two new additions to the popular MorphoAccess® (MA) SIGMA family of biometric access control and time solutions, called the MorphoAccess® SIGMA Lite series. The new devices will be on display at ASIS 2015 in Anaheim, from 28th September to 1st October, 2015.

Engineered with the same attention to detail and performance as the versatile MA SIGMA biometric access terminal, the MA SIGMA Lite fingerprint terminals are specifically designed to equip narrow mounting surfaces on glass/aluminium door mullions, turnstiles, or server rack doors.

With two designs and multiple card reader options, there are a variety of models to address the widest range of deployment scenarios, both indoors and outdoors. The first design features an LED indicator to assist users in the access control process, whereas the second model offers enhanced interactivity with a colour touchscreen.

Morpho's fingerprint technology

With Morpho's industry leading fingerprint technology inside, they are equipped for a high capacity workload, accommodating up to 250,000 users for one-to-one verification and up to 10,000 users for one-to-many identification.

The slim and sleek fingerprint readers embed a web server that enables users of laptops, tablets or smartphones to connect, and then trigger on-device enrolment, configure terminals or retrieve transaction logs.

Offering an easy to use mounting system and high configurability, the devices fit perfectly into legacy Bioscrypt and Morpho installations as well as new implementations.

"With these new devices, the right combination of design, robustness and performance is now available in a compact package," said Samuel Fringant, Executive Vice President of Morpho's Security division. "By delivering readers suitable for renewing legacy installations, complementing deployments of MA SIGMA stations or securing brand new facilities, Morpho reaffirms its commitment to give its customers access to the latest refinements of its technology, whatever the situation."


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