Tyco Security integrates IdentyTech fingerprint readers

December 20, 2015 - 

Tyco Security Products has expanded its biometrics portfolio with the integration of IdentyTech fingerprint readers with Software House’s C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution.

“Our growing portfolio of biometric integrations with the powerful C•CURE 9000 platform continues to expand the options for businesses requiring a higher level of security with multi-factor authentication,” said Jason Ouellette, Product Line Director – Access Control for Tyco Security Products. “The combination of C•CURE 9000 and IdentyTech’s fingerprint readers provide a flexible, scalable and intuitive solution that goes beyond traditional security measures.”

When the IdentyTech readers are deployed within a networked C•CURE 9000 system, users can manage the readers themselves via the C•CURE 9000 platform and also manage access control, video, intrusion and other supported security products through its single interface. C•CURE 9000’s integrates with multiple security systems, providing users with advanced analytics capabilities and situational awareness.

The indoor/outdoor IdentyTech fingerprint readers have an integrated smart card reader, CTP keypad and are capable of voice audio and video. They are also equipped with full anti-vandal casings, meet the market’s IP65 standard for protection from particles and water and when integrated with C•CURE 9000, a single reader can support up to 500,000 users and has standalone capacity for up to 100,000 users.

The IDTWallmount reader also offers a power LED interface for 5-megapixel video capture, which is useful when access is denied to entrants.

Software House announced last month that it has also integrated its C-CURE 9000 security and event management solution with Entertech Systems’ BioConnect identity management platform and Suprema biometric terminals.

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