Princeton Identity showcases IOM Access Control Tablet at ASIS

Sept. 12, 2016
Princeton Identity showcases IOM Access Control Tablet at ASIS

Orlando, FL (September 12, 2016) – Princeton Identity™, Inc., recently spun off from SRI International, will be demonstrating its IOM Access Control Tablet for mainstream access control applications at ASIS 2016 (booth #3829). The tablet fuses an access-control reader, biometrics, keypad, intercom, camera and other capabilities into a single cost-effective package for maximum value and functionality. The tablet is part of the Princeton Identity portfolio of Identity on the Move™ (IOM) solutions that enable greater ease of use, security and personalization for physical and logical access control, workforce management, enterprise operations and emerging applications within the Internet of Things.  

Built on a scalable Android® computing platform, the IOM Access Control Tablet provides additional functionality beyond its access control functions such as time and attendance, two-way video communications, employee alerts and scheduling without additional equipment. Installation and support are simplified with a single device. With its ability to replace multiple devices, the new tablet delivers real savings now, and provides for future enhancements.

“Our IOM Access Control Tablet brings the convenience and capabilities of iris recognition technology to mainstream access control applications,” said Mark Clifton, Chief Executive Officer, Princeton Identity, Inc. “It provides the gold standard of biometric identification—iris reader technology—at a price point that is highly competitive for a broad range of security applications. With iris recognition now gaining ground in consumer devices, there is a growing familiarity and acceptance among user populations for the use of iris recognition in security systems.”

The IOM Access Control Tablet is a viable option to replace card readers in new or existing access systems, and provides advantages over traditional readers. Reducing organizational risk without slowing down operations, tests have shown this purely iris-based solution to be more accurate than published fingerprint data. Unlike less secure biometric modalities and security protocols, irises cannot be lost or stolen.

As a security solution that combines previously disparate functions, the IOM Access Control Tablet reduces complexity and costs of equipment, installation and wiring.

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