SRI International and Precise Biometrics solutions win accolades
SRI International announced that its iris biometrics-embedded enterprise operations terminal and SRI-powered Korea Technology and Communications (KT&C)’s KEES smart lock were selected as 2015 ASIS Accolades – Security’s Best winners.
This is the third time SRI security products have been recognized at ASIS Accolades, an awards competition that recognizes the security industry’s most innovative new products, services and solutions.
KT&C’s KEES residential door lock, powered by SRI’s Iris on the Move (IOM) technology, brings the security and convenience of iris authentication to residential properties.
“SRI strives to deliver security products that combine ease of use and scalability for a broader range of market applications,” said Mark Clifton, President, Products and Solutions Division and Vice President of SRI International. “It is rewarding to have our efforts recognized by ASIS International.”
In a separate announcement, Precise Biometrics announced that its smart card reader Tactivo has, through UK partner Isosec and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, made the finalists at the EHI 2015 Awards for Excellence in Mobile Healthcare.
The award honors innovative technologies that help in facilitating mobile working for healthcare staff and rewards initiatives that use mHealth to improve services for patients.
“We are very proud that our efforts to deliver safe mobility in healthcare are being recognized and wish our partner Isosec and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust best of luck in winning the award,” said Sandra Åberg, Precise Biometrics’ UK sales representative.
Tactivo smart card readers enable fast and secure access to relevant patient data, reporting and information exchange on iPad and iPhone devices.
Using the Tactivo smart card readers, care providers are able to spend more time with patients while ensuring instant access to patient information.
As a result, the solution results in an increase in care quality and a decrease in time spent on administration.