Zvetco Biometrics releases line of safes using Crossmatch fingerprint technology

September 3, 2015 - 

Fingerprint technology provider Zvetco Biometrics announced it has released the Verifi Smart.Safe. line of biometric safes with advanced biometric identity management capabilities.

The Verifi S6000 — the first biometric safe in the series — is now available to purchase on Zvetco Biometrics’ website and on Amazon.com.

The line of biometric safes marks Zvetco’s entry into the physical access market, building on its experience in manufacturing ergonomic, high quality USB fingerprint recognition devices for secure individual and commercial access control to information systems.

The S6000, a tabletop-sized safe made of solid steel, can be opened with the touch of a finger. It is the only safe in the world with complete user management capabilities.

The owner / administrator has the option of creating additional users and corresponding privileges, and can delete selected users without the need to re-enroll the other users.

For accountability and traceability, it logs every usage of the safe, including the user ID and timestamp, and keeps event logs to record when users are added/deleted, fingerprints added, or alarm conditions are triggered.

The S6000 biometric control module uses a large area, silicon based, capacitive, FIPS-201 certified and FBI-approved Crossmatch fingerprint sensor, which also powers Zvetco’s FIPS-201 certified P6000 fingerprint reader and the P6500 combination reader (smart card + fingerprint).

“The S6000 Smart.Safe. is perfect for people whose priority is quick access, as well as for those interested in its advanced user management capabilities. Its tamper-resistant features, multiple alarms and advanced self-diagnostics, provides any user with peace of mind,” said Zavi Cohen, CEO of Zvetco Biometrics. “The S6000 is our first product primarily oriented to the consumer market. It builds on our unprecedented success with the P2000 fingerprint reader, a perennial best seller on Amazon.com.”

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