Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Identity Management Technology

Read: HID Global’s New Fingerprint Reader Provides Accurate Biometrics

HID Global’s New Fingerprint Reader Provides Accurate Biometrics

The multispectral imaging technology captures images from the surface and sub-surface of the skin, allowing fingerprints to be read in various environments.

Read: 3xLOGIC Announces VISIX Facial Recognition Camera

3xLOGIC Announces VISIX Facial Recognition Camera

When using 3xLOGIC’s app, you will be able to capture facial images and choose persons of interest to place on a watch list within the camera.

Read: Niagara Falls Hospital Invests $60,000 in Security, and More is Expected

Niagara Falls Hospital Invests $60,000 in Security, and More is Expected

Employees have been pushing for better security at all entrances to the hospital for years and management is now listening.

Read: Senior Living Facility Praises Princeton Identity’s Iris Recognition Technology

Senior Living Facility Praises Princeton Identity’s Iris Recognition Technology

Residents at Brevillier Village in Erie, Penn., can use Princeton Identity’s iris recognition software to unlock exterior doors to exit the building.

Read: AMAG Technology Releases New Symmetry Video Hardware

AMAG Technology Releases New Symmetry Video Hardware

Read: KEY-BAK® Introduces the Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether

KEY-BAK® Introduces the Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether

West Coast Chain Manufacturing Co., a manufacturer of retractable badge and key holders, introduces its KEY-BAK Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether.

Read: Georgia Southern Uses Iris Biometric ID System in Dining Commons

Georgia Southern Uses Iris Biometric ID System in Dining Commons

Instead of fumbling around to find their IDs, students at Georgia Southern University can now use an iris-based biometrics ID system in the dining commons.

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