Software House integrates CoprometroUSA’s facial recognition reader with security solution

June 25, 2015 - 

Software House announced it has integrated CoprometroUSA’s Stone Lock Pro facial recognition reader with it C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution.

Stone Lock Pro provides a fast and accurate infrared facial recognition device, designed for access control applications that require instant, easy, and reliable confirmation of identity.

The combined solution offers an ideal application for critical security situations, including campuses, correctional facilities, military bases, and financial and major corporate institutions that require more than just a PIN or password.

The integration of Stone Lock Pro facial recognition reader with C•CURE 9000 ensures that users only have one personnel database to manage, which significantly saves time and decreases issues with duplicate entries, errors, and inefficiency.

“In the most critical security situations, common bad practices such as weak PINs, code sharing, and propping doors make multi-modal verification at the door a requirement,” said Rafael Schrijvers, product marketing manager for access control for EMEA at Tyco Security Products. “We’ve taken an innovative, highly reliable facial biometric device and paired it with our cutting-edge C•CURE 9000 access control solution to create a highly effective, easy-to-manage solution built on the power of our Connected Program integration platform.

The C•CURE 9000 interface enables security personnel to develop a Stone Lock Pro user, pair it with a personnel record and credential, and capture facial data remotely from any Stone Lock Pro device within the network.
Once users are enrolled, they can scan and authenticate their credential and face via the device, which includes a built-in keypad and HID iCLASS SE reader.

The device is able to scan and plot more than 2 000 facial points in less than a second.

The C•CURE 9000 security solution is able to easily manage all events, permissions, schedules and users.

Previously reported, Software House has integrated IdentyTech palm vein readers with its C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution.

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