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Princeton Identity’s IOM Access200 now available worldwide

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Princeton Identity’s IOM Access200 product suite is now commercially available worldwide.

IOM Access200 is 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).

“We have highly anticipated the commercial availability of the Access200, and are thrilled to bring to the market a sophisticated biometric authentication product that is affordable, compact and sleek,” stated Mark Clifton, CEO of Princeton Identity. “This newest solution suite allows more organizations across the globe to benefit from the precision, speed and convenience Princeton Identity is known for.”

According to the announcement, the IOM Access200 creates a seamless experience, making it highly effective for all industries including college and corporate campuses, critical infrastructures, correctional facilities, airports, data centers and more. Delivering the same level of efficiency in any lighting and climate condition, the product is contactless and provides iris capture on the move—in less than a quarter of a second. In addition, the system is designed with anti-spoofing capabilities, secure processing and data encryption on the network.

The Access200 product family features iris recognition, configurable PIN pads and integration to card readers for versatility. The hands-free wall-mounted device is equipped with a touch screen for uncomplicated user interface and can be initiated from a motion sensor, card or screen swipe.

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