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BioConnect Identity Platform
BioConnect began the build of their identity platform seven years ago to the firm says change how people access applications and processes in the physical and digital world. The platform enables the suite of Suprema biometric readers to integrate with access control systems. This provides a new opportunity for biometrics in retrofit and legacy systems for access control, the firms say.
Suprema BioStation A2 and BioStation L2 are the newest biometric terminals from Suprema. Designed for time-attendance applications, BioStation L2 combines the Suprema fingerprint algorithm with security features. Both products feature Suprema’s newest fingerprint algorithm and OP5 sensor.
BioConnect TeamWorks is a cloud-based application that offers time and attendance, absence management, and payroll integrations. The application allows executive staff to have visibility and gain insights into their workforce from anywhere, at any time, while the biometric integration provides identity assurance and visibility into hours worked.
BioConnect founder and CEO Rob Douglas said that biometrics used to be perceived strictly as product for ‘high security’ uses, “but we’re seeing use cases that stretch far beyond that, to provide identity assurance, security and convenience to markets such as education, data centres and in enterprise settings. Our partnership with Norbain facilitates great relationships with key accounts in these markets.”
BioConnect, Suprema and Norbain will be at the annual IFSEC exhibition, pictured, at ExCeL London from June 21 to 23, 2016. See the Suprema/BioConnect stand E4100 or Norbain at stand D1300.