Iris ID announces new Will-Burt Company integration

April 2, 2014 - 

Iris ID has announced that the Will-Burt Company has certified the IrisAccess 7000 as an integrated biometric solution, compatible with the LINX access control system.

According to the company, the IrisAccess 7000 offers more features, applications and integration flexibility.

“We have a strong relationship with Will-Burt and are very pleased that our new devices are going to be a part of their integrated solution,” Iris ID President and CEO, Charles Koo said. “Based on our field-proven IrisAccess systems, the world’s most advanced and deployed iris recognition platform, the new generation is designed to meet increased need for speed, accuracy and value in today’s demanding biometric identification market. We are committed to set the industry standard for iris recognition technology.”

The IrisAccess 7000 includes an interactive visual interface and also includes customizable voice prompts, according to the company. This new model expands the capabilities of the basic iCAM7000 model to deliver a wider range of uses for either a single biometric identification solution, or as a part of a multi-factor system.

“The versatile and easily-integrated Iris ID iCAM 7000 series iris recognition reader solution is an important contribution to the LINX access control platform,” Jim Wench, VP and GM of LINX security solutions said. “The Iris ID iris recognition reader offers the maximum protection, versatility, simple operation, and cost efficiency that we need in our security management system.”

The core LINX system is certified by the U.S. Air Force and is approved under Protection Level 1 Nuclear.

Reported previously, Iris ID recently announced that the SekureID Corp has joined the Iris ID certified partner program and will integrate the company’s iris recognition products into its workforce management solutions.

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