The cloud-based access control provider RemoteLock will integrate facial biometrics from Ipsidy To unlock doors for authenticated users, companies have announced.
The two companies will work together to integrate their platforms in the cloud to allow the doors controlled by the RemoteLock EdgeState platform to open with the Ipsidy Access mobile biometric application. The combined solution provides employees or residents with the perfect user experience to enter buildings with wireless locks on a single door or multiple doors. The user's smartphones interact with the doors through low-power Bluetooth beacons installed in the access points.
"We are delighted to work with Ipsidy to expand the capabilities of our platform by including its secure facial biometric solutions," says RemoteLock founder and CEO Nolan Mondrow. "We have a common mission to provide global, scalable and secure cloud-based blocking solutions for our customers."
To comply with the additional security requirements, Ipsidy Proof can also be implemented to validate the identity of users against identity documents such as a passport or driver's license. Ipsidy launched both tests and access during its 2018 fiscal year, and helped boost the growth of the company's income above 60 percent.
"Ipsidy is pleased to partner with RemoteLock to create the next generation of cloud-based facial biometric access management solutions," said Philip Beck, CEO of Ipsidy. "Security resellers and integrators can offer the combined solution that provides security, control and security for physical access management, which is cost-effective for their customers and easy to deploy and use."
The companies exhibited the combined product, which is scheduled for launch in mid-2019, at ISC West.
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