Stanley Security certified under Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program

April 16, 2015 - 

Stanley Security announced that it has received Lenel factory certification by joining the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP).

With this latest certification, Stanley Security’s EyeLock product line now interfaces with the OnGuard access control system to provide end-users with a single database for access control and iris biometric identification data.

“Stanley Security has completed required factory testing at Lenel to validate the functionality of its interface to OnGuard,” said Gidon Lissai, director of strategic alliances, Lenel. “EyeLock’s OAAP certification allows end-users to create and modify cardholders by including iris enrollment data on a single graphical user interface for a more streamlined approach to identity management. We look forward to their continued involvement in the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program.”

EyeLock’s interface with the OnGuard access control system offers a range of benefits, including a single, streamlined GUI, optimized template management based on cardholder access level, and automatic template updates.

“To receive the Lenel factory certification through the OAAP program is crucial to the success and growth of the EyeLock product line,” said Jeremy Morton, VP of product management of Stanley Security. “Coordination with OnGuard access control bolsters our customers’ trust in the EyeLock and Stanley brands. Through the Lenel OAAP, large enterprise end-users can readily deploy a technology that is the here, now and future of accurate access control.”

Previously reported, Iris ID Systems Inc. recently received Lenel factory certification by joining the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP), enabling the company’s IrisAccess iCAM iris recognition products to interface with the Lenel OnGuard access control system.

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