ZKAccess biometric access control readers integrated into Delta Turnstiles product line

December 1, 2015 - 

Biometrics and security solutions firm ZKAccess has entered into a manufacturing and exclusive brand partnership with Delta Turnstiles, a manufacturer of optical and optical-barrier type turnstiles.

Delta will be ZKAccess’ exclusive North America partner for the sale and distribution of turnstile models and configurations under the “Powered by ZKAccess” brand. Options will include ZKAccess’ biometric (fingerprint and/or face) readers, RFID readers, and new-age access control systems, giving integrators, dealers and end users economical models with optional 100% standalone preparation that is truly plug-and-play.

Having executed the first phase of the agreement; the two companies will now work to offer the new co-branded product line to current and prospective Delta customers through their network of customers and partners across the United States.

“We couldn’t be more excited about partnering with ZKAccess,” states Tom Howell, CEO and founding Delta partner. “Their experience, extensive product line, and deep commitment will help support our goal of offering economical turnstiles and integrated turnkey packages. This relationship reaffirms our focus on providing further value to our customers by delivering innovative and affordable solutions for lobby and entryway applications.”

“We are very proud to be working with Delta,” echoes Larry Reed, CEO of ZKAccess. “Delta will also be incorporating ZKAccess high-tech biometric access control readers including fingerprint, face and finger vein readers, all of which are highly accurate and reliable, into its turnstile portfolio,” he adds. “Traditional RFID readers will also be integrated into the Delta design. It’s a terrific win-win-win for Delta, ZKAccess and our network of customers and partners.”

Previously reported, ZKAccess is offering a free three-credit CEU-accredited ‘Advanced Biometric Access Control’ course, instructing physical security integrators on how to migrate from traditional card access systems to biometrics.

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