"Even beyond the applause of SIA, HID Global has had a successful ISC West."
All eyes are on ISC West this week, where FindBiometrics reports. live from the exhibition floor Y HID Global is harvesting praise for its latest biometric solution. the Fingerprint reader iCLASS SE RB25F, which was launched during the convergent security trade fair, was named the winner in the SIA's new product exhibition in the category of "authentication, identification, credentialing and user management".
"Our new reader has distinguished itself from a large group of hardware and software products that use biometric and other authentication technologies along with credential management solutions in a wide variety of use cases," said Harm Radstaak, Vice President and Chief Executive Officer. of Physical Access Control Solutions, HID Global.
The iCLASS SE RB25F fingerprint sensor is based on Lumidigm multispectral imaging technology, according to Stephen Carney of HID, who spoke with FindBiometrics on the ISC West exhibition floor. The multispectral recognition of fingerprints, which scans the surface and subdermal layers of a fingerprint, is ideal for high-risk applications, thanks to its high degree of accuracy. It also has an extremely wide range of applications, which provide reliable authentication "regardless of environmental and skin conditions," according to the company.
"The reader can also be configured in the field through a network, and is designed to facilitate the migration of existing and traditional fingerprint reader solutions," Carney said in a statement announcing the award-winning reader.
Even beyond the applause of SIA, HID Global has had a successful ISC West. In addition to showing its mobile credential technology enabled for the cloud, which has received several high-profile implementations in recent months, the company launched A new tool of augmented reality of last generation. Aimed at helping installers, integrators, consultants and specifiers.