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The Verification Station from Hirsch Electronics of Santa Ana, California, delivers identity verification for the government/FIPS 201 and private sectors. The four-factor authentication device is capable of checking a person's card, code, fingerprint, and PKI certificate. The multipurpose device can be used at card issuance to verify the card recipient's identity before card handover, as a door and gate controller, as an enrollment device to transfer card data, and as a standalone or networked station to verify identifies. It integrates several technologies, including a privacy-sensitive scrambling keypad, contact and contactless smart card readers, biometric fingerprint reader, and LCD display. The unit is IP-addressable and includes ports for door or other relays, Ethernet, Wiegand, R8-485, and R8-232. The Security Industry Association recently recognized the product with the Special Achievement Award for outstanding technical innovation.

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Title Annotation:ASIS Seminar & Exhibits Product Showcase
Publication:Security Management
Date:Dec 1, 2007
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