Suprema, Axis integration simplifies biometric access control

April 16, 2015 - 

Suprema announced that its biometric devices can now be integrated with Axis Communications’ AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller through Entertech Systems’ BioConnect 3.0 identity management platform.

This latest integration between Suprema and Axis will provide global enterprises with a biometrics based access control system.

“The integration of Suprema biometric technology with AXIS A1001 represents two industry leaders combining the best technology in their respective fields for the maximum user benefits,” said Young S. Moon, vice president of Suprema Inc. “The infusion of biometrics into Axis’ system that has strength in video management will offer customers the benefits of true identity with enhanced security and extra convenience.”

Suprema’s biometric devices are integrated into Axis’ open, non-proprietary platform, AXIS A1001 Network Door Controller.

Axis’ controller meets the strict requirements for advanced enterprise systems as well as smaller installations.

Users of AXIS A1001 will now be able to access biometric templates on an individual basis without being forced to handle the dual data entry typically found in stand-alone biometric solutions, as we a result of a real-time seamless sync of biometric technology into AXIS A1001 through Entertech Systems’ BioConnect application.

Additionally, users can access the enrollment window to search for a user/badge and add biometric templates via BioConnect’s simple graphical user.

The integration enables Axis customers to easily and simply integrate biometrics into their access control systems.

Previously reported, Mayflex recently signed a distribution deal with Entertech Systems for Mayflex to provide Suprema’s line of biometric readers for access control to the UK market, as well as offer Entertech’s identity management platform BioConnect.

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