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Suprema integrates biometrics tech with Nedap AEOS access control, heads to IFSEC


Suprema has integrated its latest BioStar 2 solution into Nedap’s access control system, AEOS, enabling organizations to use Suprema’s fingerprint recognition technology in combination with AEOS. The biometrics and ID solutions provider achieved this integration by using Nedap’s Bio-API, which was developed specifically to let biometric manufacturers integrate their solutions into AEOS.

“There’s a growing global demand for smarter, more secure ways of identifying people,” explains Ruben Brinkman, alliance manager at Nedap. “Biometric technology is pushing the limits in this arena, consolidating increased security with unparalleled convenience. We’re fully embracing these developments and view the Biostar integration as a valuable extension to our proposition. We’re very excited to welcome Suprema to our ecosystem of technology partners and are looking forward to future developments.”

“The integration of Suprema BioStar 2 with Nedap’s AEOS is an ideal combination of best-of-breed solutions in access control and biometrics,” adds Hanchul Kim, global sales director at Suprema. “To maximize the benefits of Nedap’s access control solution, Suprema will provide users with the best biometric security available in the market.”

With this integration operators can manage finger enrollment and biometric identities in AEOS. The biometric profiles are stored in BioStar and are constantly synchronised with AEOS; an information exchange safeguarded through SSL certificates, which provide strong encryption.

The companies note that they are strongly committed to maintaining this integration, ensuring future backward compatibility and adding new functionalities along the way. Suprema is featuring the AEOS-integrated solution this week at IFSEC in London.

Also showcasing facial recognition and cloud-based mobile solution

This week at IFSEC Suprema is also showcasing a new end-to-end mobile credential solution that includes cloud-based portal services, a mobile app, BLE readers, open API and in-app SDK for 3rd party support. The new service provides users with easier mobile card administration, enhanced level of security, extensive choice of card types, and cost-efficient pricing plans.

“We are excited to introduce our new mobile credential service at IFSEC 2019,” says Kim. “The new service has been designed to improve overall user experience and enhance interoperability with 3rd party systems, readers and apps.”

Suprema will also demonstrate FaceLite, the biometrics company’s latest facial recognition terminal, for the first time in UK and EU market. Launched in April, the solution is designed for enterprise access control systems and time and attendance applications featuring Suprema’s technologies and features.

FaceLite comes loaded with a powerful 1.2GHz CPU and 8GB memory and boasts matching speed of up to 30,000 matches per second and up to 30,000 users. It also features an intuitive face-enrollment GUI for faster user registration. The new technology allows greater range of operating illuminance from zero lux to 25,000 lux which covers almost every possible lighting conditions regardless of indoor or outdoor, day or night.

In an effort to better serve its global customer base Suprema has added extensive content about its latest developments, products and services to its website in Spanish, French, German and Japanese.

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