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Princeton Identity releases multi-modal biometric ID management solution for access control

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Princeton Identity has released the IOM Access200, a biometric identification management solution designed for various access control applications.

As Princeton’s first product as a standalone company, the IOM Access200 is a compact biometric solution that features multimodal (face and iris) and multifactor capabilities (PIN and card).

Built using patented technologies, the IOM Access200 is easily configurable and works with range of protocols (including OSDP) to provide end-to-end security.

The product can be installed as a wall-mounted unit and process identification with a quick glance at any point of entrance that requires secure access.

The company’s recognition technology cuts down on breaches and offers an additional layer of security.

The IOM Access200 delivers a seamless experience for both indoor and outdoor operations including college and corporate campuses, critical infrastructures, correctional facilities, airports, data centers and more.

In addition, the system’s distributed architecture allows users to network multiple readers throughout a facility.

“Today’s security methods are often impractical for consumers, but any security product that is quick and simple to use is perceived as ineffective,” said Mark Clifton, CEO of Princeton Identity. “When it comes to access control, you no longer need to sacrifice security for convenience, and the new IOM Access200 proves that by offering accurate and secure identity management powered by biometrics.”

Other key features of the IOM Access200 include multiple modalities ranging from dual or single iris recognition, face capture, card readers or configurable PIN pads; touch screen interface that can be initiated from a motion sensor, card or screen swipe; various operating modes including identification and verification or enrollment (ISO compliant); two-way communication; integration with web-based identity services or common access control systems; liveness/anti-spoofing capabilities; secure processing and data encryption on the network; variance to support enrollment quality images and outdoor operations; and CE and UL approved and FCC certified.

Princeton Identity is demonstrating the IOM Access200, which will be available in the fall, this week at ISC West 2017 in Las Vegas.

Last week, Princeton Identity announced that its patented iris recognition technology is featured in the Samsung Galaxy S8.

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