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FST21 unveils SafeI™ fully integrated access control controller

Published on 24 March, 2014

FST21, a leading technology company specialising in the field of identification and security, is pleased to announce the arrival of SafeI™, a fully integrated access control controller that delivers the most advanced, secure and convenient In Motion Identification access control on the market.

SafeI™  enables the ground-breaking technological advantages of FST21's SafeRise® solution (an In Motion Identification system that allows approved users access through a fusion of biometric recognition, voice and license plate recognition), in a more compact version of the SafeRise server and is designed to support one In Motion Identification access point. SafeI™ comes in a standalone plug and play enclosure, and is the driving force behind FST21's Digital Doorman™ all-in-one In Motion Identification™ Access Control solution. No keys, cards or codes are required.

Incorporating the SafeRise® technology with dedicated hardware and seamless plug and play installation, the SafeI™ can be easily installed in any secured location. All peripheral devices - from the electronic door lock and door positioning switch to the recognition camera, RFID reader, intercom and feedback signalling device - connect directly to the SafeI™. Authorised entry is granted instantly and simply by walking to the access point.

"After seeing a demo of SafeI, and witnessing first hand its simplicity and ease of installation, I am very excited to make this latest access control breakthrough from FST21 available to my clients," says Barak Belkin, CEO of OMD, Inc., a leading designer and installer of quality security systems based in Los Angeles. "This more compact version of the SafeRise server is ideal for securing a single access point and delivers the same high level of convenient security I've come to count on from FST21."

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