Invixium provides fingerprint readers to Majik House showroom

August 14, 2015 - 

Invixium has provided fingerprint readers for UK smart home automation firm Majik House to control access to its showroom, according to a report by CEPro Europe.

Using Invixium’s biometric readers, Majik House employees are able to quickly setup their Experience Centre for scheduled and drop-in visitors, eliminating the need for magnetic key fobs.

Invixium’s IP-enabled biometric products provide security and convenience without the use of keys, PINs or passwords, ensuring that only enrolled users are able to enter the building.

The company’s fingerprint solutions can also be integrated with a Control4 system to allow for customization and profiling of an automated system.

Based on their profile, users can activate various peripherals including lights, window shades, audio equipment and appliances with just the touch of a finger.

The IXM TOUCH, which is installed at the Centre’s front exterior entrance, is able to trigger the magnetic lock through its built-in relay and is also connected to an existing Control4 system via PoE.

Employees can also open up the Experience Centre to customers by placing their finger at the IXM TOUCH device. This action prompts a list of various automated events, including the ability to disable the alarm system, as well as turn on all high-definition televisions and lights throughout the Centre.

Inside the building, the slim IXM MYCRO device is installed at the entrance of the home cinema showroom. With just a touch of the finger, employees can turn the lights down, turn on the amplifier and play a pre-selected movie on the wide projection screen.

“The biometric devices by Invixium were very simple and straight forward to install,” says Tim Burrow, managing director of The Majik House. “When compared to other biometric devices, Invixium’s fingerprint products are realistically priced with incredible value.”

All Majik House employees were quickly enrolled using Invixium’s web-based software, IXM WEB.

Previously reported, automation systems firm Control4 Corporation has signed an agreement with Invixium Inc. to resell Invixium’s biometric devices via its online marketplace.

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