March 8, 2016 -
Biometrics and RFID security solutions provider ZKAccess met with over 50 ESA members at the recent New Jersey Electronic Security Association (NJESA) Annual Symposium and Expo.
The Symposium and Expo brings together New Jersey ESA members for two days of CEU course instruction, a vendor expo and networking opportunities.
Held at the end of February in Atlantic City, attendees who visited the ZKAccess booth learned how to leverage low cost biometric security technology to further grow their business and gain a competitive edge over the competition.
ZKAccess CEO Larry Reed and COO Manish Dalal educated attendees on its product capabilities using a demo board with live-working access control panels, readers, door locks, REXs and sensors.
NJESA members also got to inspect the company’s stand-alone fingerprint, face and finger-vein pattern readers, its license plate recognition access control camera and the BioCam300 long-range facial recognition access control camera, which won the 2015 ESX Award for best access control device.
“As an associate member of NJESA, we at ZKAccess welcomed the opportunity to meet personally with so many NJESA members,” says Larry Reed, CEO, ZKAccess. “While we offer a free 3-credit CEU-accredited course, Advanced Biometric Access Control, it was terrific to spend time with our local security dealers and integrators and show them firsthand how our low cost biometric solutions can help them grow their businesses. NJESA provided a fabulous forum and agenda at its Symposium, and did a fantastic job bringing together its membership at this important industry event.”