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ievo fingerprint reader integrates with Tensor access control platform


UK access control management systems developer Tensor has partnered with UK fingerprint readers provider ievo to provide a range of clients across diverse sectors with advanced security systems.

Tensor is the only access control manufacturer and installer to possess both the NACOSS Gold and the ‘Secured by Design’ certifications, while CPNI-approved ievo’s fingerprint readers are setting global standards for secure biometric identification and authentication systems.

“Integrating our own Tensor.NET access control and time and attendance platform with the ievo biometric readers provides secure and reliable solutions that can be used in virtually any environment and in any configuration, from a single door to complex, multi-site enterprise level systems,” said Rob Cochrane, group sales director of Tensor.

“Due to the multispectral imaging technology, the ievo readers are able to correctly identify a registered fingerprint even with levels of surface contaminates (grease, dust, etc.) present on the skin, as well as some types of latex gloves worn by the user. They connect directly to our access controllers and the time and attendance stations while the process of adding and controlling users is conducted via the standard Tensor.NET software interface, which stores the user fingerprints against the employee’s existing record – eliminating the need for a separate enrolment application.”

Tensor customers can now seamlessly integrate ievo biometric fingerprint readers to their existing system with minimum disruption to their operations.

In addition, customers will be able to customize the aesthetic of their readers to better match their premises for a wide range of applications.

The integration of the two company’s products and expertise provides new and existing customers with an improved level of security, usability and efficiency, while significantly lowering operational costs.

“We are extremely happy to announce our new working relationship with Tensor plc which demonstrates our ethos of constantly developing innovative products for the access control market,” said Keri Feeney, ievo Ltd’s central region account manager. “Our own biometric fingerprint readers are natural partners with Tensor’s accesscontrol and time and attendance solution with the whole system certainly greater that the sum of its parts.”

Previously reported, Newcastle-based Connect Health Ltd installed ievo biometric fingerprint readers at their Referral Management Centre allowing the facility manager to not only have an instant headcount of personnel numbers and location at any moment, but also adding to the security of sensitive patient data.

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