Tyco Security Products to Assimilate Safran MorphoAccess SIGMA Series
WESTFORD, MA: Tyco Security Products, a leading name in the global security and surveillance arena, is set to integrate Safran MorphoAccess (MA) SIGMA Series access control high speed biometric and card reader, and single hand movement capture and match reader MorphoWaveTower into its C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management platform to deliver contactless access control.
The MA SIGMA series readers comply with United States National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Its Lite Series readers are designed for narrow mounting surfaces such as turnstiles or server rack doors and deliver a durable design for a wide array of indoor and outdoor deployments. The in-built optical biometric sensor used in the readers also meets FBI’s standards for Personal Identity Verification and Image Quality Specifications.
MA SIGMA series card readers employ an easy to use color touch-screen and buzzer for advanced interactivity making it compatible with any electronic device that has web access, including laptops, PCs, tablets and smart phones. An embedded server enables on-device enrollment, transaction log retrieval and terminal configuration, as well as user ID, BioPIN and PIN management. On the other part, MorphoWave Tower readers are best suited for busy, high traffic and high security applications. These readers use patented, contactless four-finger ‘on the fly’ capture technology that provides high accuracy even when presented with wet/dry fingers and latent fingerprints.
“While the MorphoAccess SIGMA Series reader presents capabilities of proven pairing toughness and durability with superb performance, advanced anti-fraud competency and mobile access features, the MorphoWave Tower is the first touch-less biometric access reader for capturing and matching four fingerprints with a single hand movement,” says Jason Ouellette, Product Line Director, Access Control, Tyco Security Products. “Both solutions indicate high-value that we place on bringing cutting edge, high-performing innovations to our customers’ doorsteps.”
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