March 15, 2017 -
Suprema will debut FaceStation 2, a contactless facial recognition device with multi-card support and an adjustable wall bracket to accommodate different heights.
The device delivers a matching speed of 1:3,000 matches in one second whboth static and dynamic templates, enabling it to sustain a better understanding of the continually changing expressions of the face.
Other key features include multi-factor authentication options with a RF card (HID Seos, iClass, Prox) and PIN, as well as the ability to operate in harsh lighting conditions with an operating illuminance of up to 25,000 lux.
Meanwhile, BioConnect will demonstrate BioConnect ID CabinetShield, a dual-factor cabinet lock for the front door all the way to the cabinet to address both compliance and their colocation customer security requirements.
With fingerprint and card support, the dual-factor cabinet lock is designed to fit most of the common cabinets and can be easily integrated with over 25 various access control solutions.
BioConnect has completed many successful pilots of the solution in flagship data centers throughout North America.
The company will debut BioConnect ID in the form of an API/SDK and mobile app, enabling enterprises to benefit from using biometrics within their mobile app. BioConnect will be demonstrating a few partner mobile apps that are protected by BioConnect ID.
Both companies will collective debut BioConnect ID Cybershield, a complete end-to-end physical security solution that meets IT requirements.
BioConnect ID Cybershield incorporates Suprema BioStation 2, with software customizations that adhere to a range of network security requirements.
The companies will exhibit the combined solution with Software House CCURE 9000 access control.
In addition, BioConnect and Suprema will demonstrate how Suprema devices and BioConnect ID CabinetShield easily integrate with Lenel OnGuard, Brivo OnAir, AMAG Symmetry, Genetec Security Center and Keyscan Aurora access control solutions with BioConnect ID Enterprise.
The two companies are consistently updating their biometric offerings to support changing industry standards such as a communication protocols (such as OSDP) and card types such as HID iClass and SEOS.
Suprema recently released its new SFM6000 Series fingerprint embedded modules, which delivers up to 5,000 matches per second and a user capacity of up to 25,000 fingerprint templates.