Limiting employee and client access to sensitive areas, monitoring sources of confidential information, and verifying transaction authenticity are three of the biggest business challenges for companies today. As practice shows, the most reliable systems for access control use an integrated, multifactor approach that includes biometric identification. Such systems monitor entry/exit from a site and allow or deny access based on time of day, notifying security personnel immediately in case of suspicious situations. But the main task of any biometric device is to perform identification.
Every person has unique identifying physical traits. Each fingertip, each retina, and each palm is a personal "password" that cannot be lost or forgotten. These traits are extremely hard to counterfeit, which makes biometrics both convenient for users and highly reliable for security operators. High-tech advances and across-the-board price decreases have made these advanced methods available to everyone now, from large businesses to small and mid-sized outfits.
The market for biometric systems is bursting with growth, and one of the leaders is Suprema Inc. (Korea). Suprema hardware is reliable, precise, and capable of handling large visitor flows. By using self-contained Suprema terminals, companies can save substantially on system installation, reducing the costs of hardware purchase and setup.
Suprema hardware integrates well with other manufacturers' products and AxxonSoft is actively working with Suprema Inc. to create joint supported solutions for site security. Work has already been completed for integration of Suprema hardware with the Axxon Intellect PSIM software platform from AxxonSoft. Thanks to integration support, it is possible to create a seamless integrated IT infrastructure with minimal expenses and efforts needed for adding access control functionality.
Axxon Intellect offers a convenient interface, automatic security processing, and one-of-a-kind forensic analysis tools. Among its capabilities are near-instant search of recorded video and real-time situational analysis. The Axxon Intellect security management + Suprema biometrics combination is an excellent fit for sites with elevated information security requirements.
Integration support is currently available in Axxon Intellect for the following devices:
Thus not only do the new integrated AxxonSoft-Suprema solutions push forward the partnership and collaboration of the two companies, but they also provide the market – both installers and systems integrators – with new opportunities for equipping the most complicated sites with state-of-the-art security technologies.
Suprema is a leading world manufacturer of biometric systems for access control and workplace time and attendance tracking. Founded in 2000 in South Korea, Suprema is one of the largest companies in its field worldwide. Among the company's products are fingerprint modules, biometric access control scanners, e-passport readers, and live scanners. Suprema products are known in over 120 countries, with partners including Samsung, LG, Hitachi, HID, and Global.
AxxonSoft is a leading developer of technologies for integrated security systems. Since the company's inception in 2003, over 100,000 successful projects worldwide have been implemented based on AxxonSoft software. According to IMS Research, AxxonSoft is one of the top four global developers of VMS with its open platform enjoying 60% market share in Russia per Frost & Sullivan analytics. More than 2,500 partners perform over 1,500 installations every month and 38 offices on five continents ensure rapid deliveries and exemplary partner support. AxxonSoft is a contributing member of ONVIF.
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