Intellicheck Mobilisa installs ID readers at U.S. government facility

October 15, 2013 - 

Intellicheck Mobilisa has just won a contract and installed its ID readers at the visitor control center at a U.S. Government facility.

Though the particular government facility has not been named, the company is very specific to state that it is among the nation’s “most secure facilities.”

“We are honored to assist in security for one of the most well-known secure facilities in the United States. The ID readers we provided are among the most advanced ID readers in the world,” Nelson Ludlow, CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa said. “We are grateful for the opportunity we have been given by the government to install our readers at this facility and look forward to a long working relationship.”

Under the contract, Intellicheck has installed its IM2620h Proxy-PACS Reader, which readers a wide array of identification cards, including the Department of Homeland Security’s TWIC as well as military IDs. U.S. Government Common Access Cards and U.S. and Canadian drivers licenses.

Reported previously, earlier this year, Intellicheck announced its TSA approval for TWIC readers.

In addition, the company received Lenel factory certification and has joined the Lenel Open Access Alliance Program for its OnGuard access control system.

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