Suprema introduces new outdoor biometric access control device

June 13, 2016 - 

Biometrics and security technology firm Suprema has introduced BioEntry W2, an outdoor fingerprint access control device that combines enhanced fingerprint algorithm, new fingerprint sensor and live finger detection technology.

According to a statement by the company, BioEntry W2 features a1.2GHz quad core CPU which achieves matching speed up to 150,000 match/second and 2GB memory store which can manage up to 500,000 users and provides instant matching results with minimal lag time.

The company says its fingerprint algorithm is more accurate than its predecessor and significantly reduces false rejection rate to improve security level. It compensates for unsatisfactory fingerprint captures such as direct sunlight conditions or distorted finger images. BioEntry W2 also features Suprema’s patented live fingerprint detection technology that effectively eliminates possible fraud using various fake fingerprint materials including clay, rubber, silicon, paper and film.

BioEntry W2 also features dual-frequency, multi-card reading technology.

“BioEntry W2 clearly reflects Suprema’s commitment to innovation and market focus. From the designing stage of BioEntry W2, we aimed to bring the most versatile biometric access control solution regardless of environment, RFID standards and size of the projects it covers,” said Young S. Moon, Vice President at Suprema.

“Our target markets for BioEntry W2 are UK and EU countries where there is significant demand for biometric solution with outdoor-ready structure and future-proof technology to cope with fast evolving authentication methods. The new BioEntry W provides IP67 rated dust & water protection and IK08 rated vandal-proof structure for outdoor installation.

Its innovative multi-RFID reading covers almost every RFID standards in the market and will benefits users with effective integration with legacy systems as well as will provide users with capability of adopting new authentication methods into their existing system including RFID, mobile and biometrics. With the new device, Suprema will remain as a major biometric provider in the market while outpace competitions in premium fingerprint access control segment.”

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