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Boon Edam showcasing integrated access control solutions at ISC West

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Boon Edam, the official turnstile sponsor at ISC West, will be demonstrating how integration and biometric verification increase efficiency of tailgating control at the security trade show next month in Las Vegas.

The security entrance leader will be displaying a number of solutions at its booth including an optical turnstile that incorporates the MorphoWave touchless fingerprint technology from IDEMIA, a security portal configured to demonstrate two-factor authentication with iris scanning technology from Iris ID and a half portal using facial recognition technology from StoneLock.

In addition to booth presentations, Boon Edam is installing 34 lanes of a new optical turnstile at the show entrances. The Speedlane Open features a barrier-free design ideal for deterring casual tailgating attempts.

In January, ISC West released its education session lineup. SIA Education@ISC will offer more than 85 accredited sessions covering a range of industry topics including how biometrics are changing the way we interact and transact, and how the increasing popularity of biometric authentication will impact our relationship with physical devices.

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