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CMITech to exhibit its iris recognition solution at Intersec Dubai 2017


CMITech Company will exhibit its EF-45 iris recognition terminal at Intersec Dubai 2017 from January 22 to 24 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The EF-45 will be showcased in partnership with ScreenCheck ME, CMITech’s distribution partner in the region.

The integrated iris recognition terminal features an intuitive user experience, which displays the user’s face on a high resolution 5.0 inch touch screen display during positioning.

The terminal’s face display positioning offers greater convenience over other positioning technologies, such as mirror and LED systems, making it ideal for all subjects.

Since the terminal is an embedded device, it performs all image processing on-board and includes an option for local iris matching.

The system will be offered initially in two versions: one for ID management applications, and another for physical access control that will include a complete set of wired connections such as Wiegand and a multi-class ID card reader.

CMITech said that the pricing will also be significantly lower than its current embedded offering.

“The Intersec exhibition is an excellent venue for demonstrating our EF-45 system to a global audience of access control and other security experts, integrators and end customers,” said Dr. JJ Chae, CEO of CMITech. “We are also highly pleased to participate in this very important show with our Middle East partner, ScreenCheck, because of their outstanding capabilities to serve regional end customers.”

Previously reported, CMITech COO Philip Tusa visited the Valencia, Spain offices of UMANICK’s — the principal integrator of CMITech products in Europe — to demonstrate its EF-45 iris recognition system.

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