STANLEY Security

EyeLock Nano TS from Stanley

Stanley’s exclusive partnership with EyeLock Inc. has allowed Stanley to integrate EyeLock’s premier suite of iris identity authentication products into the everyday environments of an extensive variety of verticals and applications, including facilities in the government, banking/financial, corrections, healthcare, education, transportation, manufacturing, sporting/entertainment and construction sectors. As one of the most advanced, cost-effective and efficient biometric identity authentication systems available, EyeLock’s in-motion, at-a-glance iris identification readers ensure convenience andaccuracy.

The EyeLock EyeSwipe-Nano TS is an advanced iris biometric turnstile solution, providing real-time iris capture, at-a-distance and in-motion. The EyeSwipe-Nano TS has been engineered to meet the needs of a turnstile or other rapid-throughput environments and features a broad capture range for enhanced ease-of-use at high speeds. It is one of the most advanced and compact iris-based identity authentication devices in EyeLock’s comprehensive suite of end-to-end identity authentication solutions, and has been architected to seamlessly integrate with all industry standard access control platforms.

The system is an ideal replacement for card-based systems, and can control access to turnstiles, secured entrances, server rooms and any other physical space. Similarly, the device is powerful and compact enough to secure high-value transactions, critical databases, network workstations and any other information system.

The EyeSwipe-Nano TS offers the following additional features:

  • Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+)
  • Ability to store 50,000 records in memory (larger databases supported remotely over network)
  • Enrollment and Matching “On Board”
  • Video Based Iris Capture
  • Integrated card reader supports HID Prox or MiFare and other common formats
  • Connects via Wiegans, F/2/F, Relay and Ethernet for simple integration with all existing platforms.

 

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