IdentyTech's IDT Wallmount terminal features Lumidigm technology

Solution to be featured inside Lumidigm's booth at Biometrics Exhibition & Conference in London


ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – October 18, 2011 – Lumidigm today announced that IdentyTech’s new IDT Wallmount terminal, a full identification center based on a secured solution, features Lumidigm’s multispectral imaging fingerprint sensors. The Wallmount terminal operates as a standalone solution or as part of an enterprise network for both logical and physical access control.

"The IDT Wallmount is the only true modular access control terminal on the market that integrates a cutting-edge multispectral imaging fingerprint reader with optional facial recognition, smartcards, scrambled CTP keyboard, and intercom and telephone communication with full audio," explains Ephram Yeashoua, IdentyTech Solutions president and CEO. "It provides interoperability between hardware and software modules, different algorithms and biometric technologies, all in a single terminal. Along with its optional secure I/O, the IDT Wallmount is a true secured access management solution."

"When implementing a full identification center solution, users need assurance that the fingerprint reader will work all of the time," emphasizes Seth Miller, Lumidigm director of business development. "And yet, ten to 20 percent of users cannot get a good read on their first try with other fingerprint readers. Lumidigm’s multispectral imaging captures an image of a person’s external fingerprint and their identical internal fingerprint to ensure Wallmount terminal users can simply touch the terminal once and proceed."

The IDT Wallmount terminal also meets IP65 standards for outdoor use, even in inclement weather. The anti-vandal casing adds to its ruggedness.

IdentyTech will exhibit the IDT Wallmount and several other terminals with Lumidigm sensors in the Lumidigm booth #200 at the Biometrics Exhibition and Conference to be held October 19-20 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, London.