EyeLock integrates its iris biometrics technology with AMAG Symmetry Access Control software

November 3, 2016 - 

EyeLock LLC is the newest certified partner of the AMAG Technology Symmetry Preferred Partner Program and has integrated its iris biometrics technology with AMAG’s latest Symmetry Access Control software.

AMAG Technology and EyeLock cooperatively tested and certified this integration.

“We welcome EyeLock as a certified partner and look forward to a long relationship where we can provide state-of-the-art iris-biometrics technology to our customers demanding a more secure environment,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President of Product Marketing, Dave Ella.

“We are excited to be a part of AMAG’s Symmetry Preferred Partner Program,” said Anthony Antolino, Chief Marketing and Business Development officer at EyeLock. “The integration of EyeLock’s technology with AMAG’s Symmetry Access Control system will help accelerate the adoption of EyeLock’s product offering by simplifying the implementation of iris biometrics across access control environments.”

According to a company statement, EyeLock’s nano NXT integrates with Symmetry Access Control through EyeLock’s Identity Suite (EIS) and can serve as part of a single factor or two-factor authentication process. The combination of EIS and Symmetry has made it possible to enable and accelerate the onboarding of iris-based identity authentication technology. The Eyelock software synchronizes with existing employee identities using the Symmetry XML Open Integration module, and when the system is in operation nano NXT communicates directly with Symmetry door controllers for a fast and secure solution.

The nano NXT authenticates up to 20 people per minute, in-motion and at-a-distance.

In August, EyeLock announced new iris recognition technology that works to authenticates identities at distances of 60 cm, with glasses, contact lenses and in daylight.

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