Suprema BioEntry W2 outdoor fingerprint access control device wins award

November 18, 2016 - 

Biometrics solutions provider Suprema, Inc. announced today that the company`s BioEntry W2 outdoor fingerprint access control device has won the Innovative Achievement Award from Detektor International.

The awards ceremony was held earlier this week in conjunction with Sectech 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark, and a total of twelve products were awarded from the categories Access Control, Alarm & Detection and CCTV.

Suprema`s BioEntry W2 won the Innovative Achievement Award in the Access Control category.

The BioEntry W2 is a rugged fingerprint access control device featuring Suprema’s next generation biometric technology and security platform. BioEntry W2 provides fingerprint matching speed up to 1:150,000 matches/sec, with Suprema’s latest fingerprint algorithm combined with powerful quad-core CPU. With the company’s proprietary live finger detection technology, BioEntry W2 offers an enhanced anti-spoofing feature to prevent possible frauds with fake fingerprints. The device also provides added flexibility in the system design, featuring multi-card support with dual-frequency RFID technology and offers extra durability for outdoor environment with its rugged IP67/IK08 housing with a sleek metallic finish.

“We are very honored that our new BioEntry W2 has received such a prestigious award, which recognizes both technological and practical innovations within the product. The BioEntry W2 is designed to provide the most versatile biometric access control solution regardless of environment, RFID standards and size of the projects it covers,” said Hanchul Kim, Sales Director at Suprema.

Suprema announced earlier this week that it will unveil what it calls the “world’s slimmest” fingerprint authentication scanner at TRUSTECH 2016 later this month.

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