Coppernic launches biometric-enabled PDA terminal for access control, identification
Coppernic has introduced Access, a user-friendly PDA with intuitive biometric features developed for access control and secure identification, the company announced.
Access is a configurable professional hand-held terminal that comes with a 5-inch capacitive touch screen and weighs only 270 grams. The company says it includes top performance technology such as an OctaCore processor running at 2.2 GHz, an Android 10 operating system, integrated GPS, and 1D/2D imager, among others.
Data captured and transmitted is secured with a Secure Element, and a processor with internal memory and cryptography features that prevents digital and physical third-party interference. If an attack occurs, the processor self-destructs. Data security is enhanced with a SAM (Secure Access Module).
The terminal is equipped with “Pogo Pin” connectors to meet multiple needs, such as for an RFID UHF module, iris sensor, or temperature sensor. The PDA provides real-time scanning of identity documents with an NFC module, along with an inbuilt camera for biometric facial recognition and support for iris recognition with an additional sensor.
The Access terminal aims to solve mobile access control issues such as sensitive data storage and security, software compatibility and interfacing with security centers.
Coppernic has also launched two new multi-biometric tablets for identity registration and authentication to expand its product portfolio for government use, and a temperature monitoring solution for secure access control.
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