LEID Products receives third patent for biometric access control system

June 2, 2016 - 

LEID Products has been issued U.S. Patent Number 9,355,510 from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, which marks the third patent for its Biometric Access Control System (BACS) product.

The patent encompasses the entire system of biometric access, equipment identification and the user interface, making LEID BACS the only storage system that closes the accountability loop between user access and equipment return.

In addition to this latest patent, LEID’s BACS system also holds US Patent Numbers 8,207,816 and 8,947,201.

In addition to covering specific technologies used for access, identification and storage, this third patent also encompasses the exclusive interaction of the technologies to provide a complete secure storage system.

“We are pleased that this newest patent recognizes the BACS system for its unique technology,” said Sam Hoff, president of LEID products. “This patent provides the broadest intellectual property protection yet for BACS. No other system can or will provide this level of accountability and security for valuable assets.”

LEID Products BACS Asset Management System prevents any liability while lowering the costly expenses related to human error in asset management as the system’s technology powers security, control, safety, accountability and reliability in reporting.

BACS Systems has been heavily implemented in the field with installations across industries where assets are of significant concern to the organization’s property, including military facilities, crime and research labs, law enforcement department, government agencies, and airports..

BACS Systems comprises of customized configurations of LEID Products SmartRail gun rack, electronic access cabinets, key cabinets, electronic modular access units, and SMARTGUARD handgun safes.

Access to valuables stored in the BACS System is managed and configured from the central BACS ID Station Kiosk, whereby an administrator can enroll users, manage access permissions, view logs for tracking and ensure the overall maintenance and accessibility of the system..

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