Iris ID offers access control for SMB with iCAM Entry, reduces price of IrisAccess
Iris ID announced it has introduced the iCAM Entry Application as part of its iCAM7 series devices, enabled with iCAM Entry solution, for small and medium sized businesses.
With iCAM Entry, users do not need a server or additional databases. The device includes installer and end-user wizards, device discovery, tool tips and help functions.
With future releases, Iris ID customers will be able to use their iCAM Entry application and upgrade to Iris ID’s flagship enterprise access control IrisAccess EAC software.
“Our SMB customers are more interested in strong authentication projects than they were previously, with easy to use and convenient solutions,” said Charles Koo, CEO and president of Iris ID. “But we know that SMBs today can grow to become large or complex sites tomorrow.”
iCAM Entry offers a range of features including a simplified user interface, on-device enrollment, de-duplication check of entry on each device, on-device user database management, integrated device management, and touch screen and function keys.
Customers can order iCAM Entry through Iris ID’s network of reseller and strategic partners, who also install and maintain access control and video solutions, including IrisAccess EAC.
In a separate announcement, Iris ID also said it has lowered the pricing for its IrisAccess platform iCAM7 cameras.
The iris system series include an auto-focus lens-enabled iris acquisition process that ensures fast, high quality iris image capture for enrollment and recognition.
Additionally, the camera’s motor-driven targeting aid to enable an interactive interface that also offers customizable voice prompts and visual feedback. All IrisAccess devices also feature Iris ID countermeasures.
“We’ve been working hard to streamline our manufacturing and other internal processes,” said Koo. “Our efforts have paid off in the shape of dramatic cost reductions which we are now able to pass on to our clients. We are excited to make this announcement of a dramatic price reduction.”