FB pixel

Suprema biometric devices integrated with Paxton access control system for easy enterprise adoption

 

identity verification integration

Biometric devices for access control and time and attendance tracking from Suprema Inc. have been integrated with Paxton’s Net2 access control system to bring fingerprint or facial recognition to businesses existing systems.

Clients using Paxton Net2 can easily add Suprema biometrics to PIN or RFID card-based access control systems already in use by installing the Suprema Integration with Paxton Net2, according to the announcement. Suprema devices communicate with a Net2 controller via Wiegand, matching biometric data with card data recognized by the system.

The integration is flexible and scalable, Suprema says, and gives the full functionality of Suprema devices to Net2 clients. Administrators can add or search devices or upgrade firmware from a single application, and an Enrollment Helper feature enables users to enroll directly to Net2 without running the Suprema Integration. Users can also register directly from a Suprema device.

The integration also synchronizes user data between the devices and Net2 in real-time for easy management.

“The integration of Suprema’s devices with Paxton’s Net2 is a great advancement that combines top class solutions in access control and biometrics. The new Suprema Integration with Net2 will allow customers to experience Suprema biometrics and strengthen security without having to leave the Net2 system,” Suprema Inc. CEO Young S. Moon states.

Integrated access control and workforce management is an area of particular focus for Suprema, which also recently won a marketing award for a video on the deployment of its fingerprint biometrics at Leicester City Football Club’s King Power Stadium in the UK.

Article Topics

 |   |   |   |   | 

Latest Biometrics News

 

Could be 25 years before TSA gets facial recognition in all US airports

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) foresees significant delays in implementing facial recognition across U.S. airports if revenue continues to be…

 

Single solution for regulating AI unlikely as laws require flexibility and context

There is no more timely topic than the state of AI regulation around the globe, which is exactly what a…

 

Indonesia’s President launches platform to drive digital ID and service integration

In a bid to accelerate digital transformation in Indonesia, President Joko Widodo launched the Indonesian government’s new technology platform, INA…

 

MFA and passwordless authentication effective against growing identity threats

A new identity security trends report from the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) highlights the challenges companies continue to face…

 

Zighra behavioral biometrics contracted for Canadian government cybersecurity testing

Zighra has won a contract with Shared Services Canada (SSC) to protect digital identities with threat detection and Zero Trust…

 

Klick Labs develops deepfake detection method focusing on vocal biomarkers

The rise in deepfake audio technology has significant threats in various domains, such as personal privacy, political manipulation, and national…

Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Read This Week

Featured Company

Biometrics Insight, Opinion

Digital ID In-Depth

Biometrics White Papers

Biometrics Events