IDEMIA MorphoWAVE integrated with Automatic Systems’ pedestrian control turnstiles
Secure entrance control equipment provider Automatic Systems has announced the integration of IDEMIA MorphoWAVE biometric authentication with its SlimLane security lane products, American Security Today reports.
SlimLane swing glass optical turnstiles combine a number of features including NFC mobile phone readers and facial recognition to provide maximum throughput and best in class security, according to the company, and integrating MorphoWAVE gives it contactless 3D four-fingerprint identity verification capabilities. MorphoWAVE implements IDEMIA’s fingerprint algorithms, which have been given the top rating for accuracy by NIST, and overcomes challenges of wet or dry fingers and latent prints to conventional systems.
“MorphoWAVE has earned a reputation as the go-to solution for secure, frictionless biometric access,” says Gary Jones, Vice President of Biometric Access and Time Solutions at IDEMIA. “Its proven performance in major financial institutions, retail, universities and government is driving very rapid adoption of the technology worldwide.”
Automatic Systems will display the new SlimLane EP with integrated MorphoWAVE reader at ISC West 2018, April 11 to 13 in Las Vegas.