Paxton, RS2 Technologies announce integration with Invixium biometric solutions

UK electronic IP access control and door entry solutions provider Paxton announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Invixium biometric software, IXM WEB. The integration allows for real time synchronisation between the two applications, removing the need to enter user data in two places and reducing setup time. This provides customers with the benefit of expanding their access control offer with a biometric solution. Paxton’s Net2 is the UK’s most popular access control solution, with more

Invixium to introduce new time and attendance access control solution

Invixium is adding the TOUCH 2 to its product line next month. Based on the original TOUCH device, the revitalized TOUCH 2 offers improved processing speed, more memory, Lumidigm fingerprint sensor, power over ethernet, Bluetooth, and wi-fi capabilities, double identification capacity (1:N) from 10K to 20K, a 5-megapixel camera for video intercom and facial detection and, Corning Gorilla Glass 5. According to a company statement, the TOUCH 2 is “the ultimate biometrics solution” for everything from time and attendance management,

Invixium signs deals with Security Centres International, Laidlaw Security Systems

Biometric products developer Invixium Access Inc. has signed two separate agreements with Caribbean security and life safety advisory and delivery firm Security Centres International Ltd. (SCI) and UK security systems firm Laidlaw Security Systems. SCI, which is now a preferred VAR for Cayman Islands along with 28 other Caribbean countries, will distribute Invixium’s full suite of products including IXM MERGE, IXM MYCRO, IXM SENSE, IXM TOUCH for enterprise access and smart home customers, projects and installations requiring secure and convenient

RGB to offer Invixium fingerprint readers for door entry and CI System control

AV distributor RGB Communications has partnered with biometrics firm Invixium in an exclusive deal that will see RGB offer Invixium fingerprint readers as part of its line of Internet of Things products, according to a report by Inside CI. RGB will offer Invixium fingerprint readers for use with automated door entry and control systems from Savant, Control4, RTI and Crestron. By integrating biometric products with home automation controllers, users can eliminate the need for keys, cards, or PINs for quick

Credence ID launches product, partnership at ID4Africa

Credence ID last week announced the launch of its CredenceTAB product at the ID4Africa Forum held in Kigali. CredenceTAB is a full-featured 10-inch mobile biometric and credential reading tablet, that enables rapid registration, verification and authentication of user identities from any location. It combines enrolment-capable biometrics with a complete e-document reading suite for electronic ID verification. CredenceTAB enables police, border control and other authorities to confirm identities on the move, supports highly reliable citizen and voter registration and authentication, and

Biometrics firms showcase identity solutions at ID4Africa

A number of biometrics firms are participating in the second edition of the ID4Africa forum which takes place in Kigali, Rwanda from May 24th to May 26th. ID4Africa is a multi-stakeholder movement that promotes the transparent and responsible adoption of digital identity in the service of development in Africa. Its aim is to share experience and establish real world best practices that set the correct expectations for what is involved in launching and sustaining successful identity programs. WCC will be

Invixium and Credence ID partner to enhance access control and time attendance deployments

Biometrics firms Invixium and Credence ID announced a partnership to dramatically improve access control and time & attendance solutions. According to a statement by the companies, the embedded software of IXM TOUCH has been ported to the CredenceOne handheld device allowing quick device setting changes and enrollments via an intuitive interface. This new integration allows for user record interoperability between the devices whereby a user enrolled on the IXM TOUCH stationary device can be authenticated on a CredenceOne mobile device

BDC Capital invests in biometrics security firm Invixium

McRock iNFund LP, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) venture capital fund managed by McRock Capital, has added BDC Capital to the previously announced $4 million Series A financing in Toronto-based biometric security firm Invixium. Invixium’s IP-enabled biometric security products ensure that only enrolled users are able to enter a building or room, all without the use of keys, PINs or passwords. Since its launch three years ago, Invixium has sold over 3,500 biometric products to government agencies and industrial

Biometrics security firm Invixium raises $4M in financing round

Biometrics security firm Invixium has raised $4 million in its Series A financing round, led by McRock iNFund LP, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) venture capital fund managed by McRock Capital. Invixium’s IP-enabled biometric security products ensure that only enrolled users are able to enter a building or room, all without the use of keys, PINs or passwords. Since its launch three years ago, Invixium has sold over 3,500 biometric products to government agencies and industrial companies with security

Invixium provides fingerprint readers to Majik House showroom

Invixium has provided fingerprint readers for UK smart home automation firm Majik House to control access to its showroom, according to a report by CEPro Europe. Using Invixium’s biometric readers, Majik House employees are able to quickly setup their Experience Centre for scheduled and drop-in visitors, eliminating the need for magnetic key fobs. Invixium’s IP-enabled biometric products provide security and convenience without the use of keys, PINs or passwords, ensuring that only enrolled users are able to enter the building.