Suprema Mobile Credentialing Service Demonstrated at IFSEC 2019

“To facilitate the service, Suprema is also rolling out new XPass 2 readers that are compatible with a wide range of access cards and Suprema’s flagship BioStar 2 platform.”

Suprema Mobile Credentialing Service Demonstrated at IFSEC 2019

Suprema is bringing a new mobile credentialing service to this week’s IFSEC 2019 event in London. The end-to-end enterprise solution provides everything a company needs to secure its premises, including an open API, Bluetooth Low Energy readers, a cloud-based portal, and a mobile app with an in-app SDK.

To facilitate the service, Suprema is also rolling out new XPass 2 readers that are compatible with a wide range of access cards and Suprema’s flagship BioStar 2 platform.

“The new service has been designed to improve overall user experience and enhance interoperability with 3rd party systems, readers and apps,” said Suprema Director of Global Business Hanchul Kim.

Suprema’s recently launched FaceLite facial recognition terminal will also be making its first UK and EU appearance during the IFSEC event. FaceLite was first unveiled back in April, and offers companies access control and attendance tracking through high-speed matching tech that can operate in almost any lighting condition.

IFSEC 2019 runs from June 18-20. Suprema will be setting up at booth(#B265), where it will be showcasing the new offerings alongside the rest of its considerable portfolio. The company just released the BioSlim Mini 3 fingerprint sensor, and previously announced that its RealScan fingerprint readers are now compatible with Android devices.

(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)