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Precise Biometrics signs commercial access control agreement with Clarkson University

 

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Precise Biometrics has announced a new commercial partnership with Clarkson University.

As part of the new collaboration, Precise’s YOUNiQ facial recognition system for facility access will be installed in the North Country Incubator, a building in Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation.

The system will replace traditional key or keycard, allowing 12 tenant companies with a combined 150 employees to access the facility using biometric authentication.

Precise has been working with Clarkson University since the acquisition of NexID in 2017 and has worked on several pilot projects together.

“We are therefore particularly happy that North Country Incubator now has decided to upgrade its access management system with YOUNiQ,” said Mark Cornett, Senior Sales Director at Precise Biometrics.

“The tenants, most of which develop and utilize proprietary IP, will now be able to access its premises in a more secure and convenient way than ever before.”

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