Invixium video shows biometric access control device performing in extreme conditions
Invixium has provided some details about a video showing its IXM TITAN biometric access control device in action at an early deployment. The video shows biometric matching being carried out in a variety of challenging conditions, including direct sunlight and very low light, and with water and rocks falling onto it.
The video is of a Proof of Concept deployment at a construction site in a metropolitan city in India. In addition to the difficult lighting conditions and physical stresses, it is shown detecting smartphone-based spoof attempts, and processing 4 workers in 15 seconds. Testing at the site was performed over a 4 week period, and also tested data transfer over 4G cellular connectivity, battery performance, and fingerprint authentication with challenging finger surfaces, Invixium says.
Workers had their fingerprints and facial images enrolled, and authentication data was transferred to a laptop with IXM WEB installed. The company says that in addition to saving its customer costs by preventing time theft, it also boosted efficiency with its throughput rate of more than 15 people per minute. Invixium estimates that cost savings in a year for an organization with 500 people could be over $60,000 for a company in India, and more than $178,000 for a company in the U.S.
Since the launch of the video, Invixium says demand for the IXM TITAN has increased substantially.
Invixium was recently selected to provide biometric access security for a uranium mine in Jordan.