The facial recognition market has experienced a rapid upsurge in adoption in recent years. All credit to the tech giants dominating the smartphone industry that helped bring this technology to the forefront, making it a part of the consumers’ day to day lives.
If you have already seen the industry defining video of IXM TITAN operating in the harshest of conditions at a construction site, then you might be interested in reading this blog to see how the video came to be. For those belonging to the time tracking and access control industries who have yet to see this video (Seriously? Have you been living under a rock), we urge you to click play before continuing.
The use of biometric access control continues to gain popularity around the world for organizations, enterprises and small businesses alike, as they progressively understand the advantages it offers in the form of accurate time tracking, higher security and/or improved convenience. Colleges and universities in particular have started to deploy this technology for varied applications as well as specific challenges, such as the diversity and size of the user population, the need for very rugged equipment, and for flexibility in different use cases.
When it comes to biometric access control for the Construction and Industrial market, the list of challenges for deployment is vast and diverse. Some of the major considerations when specifying a biometric device for such deployments include: extreme environmental conditions, frequency of users, expected lifecycle of operation, etc.
After integrating with multiple leading Access Control Panel Manufacturers such as RS2, Paxton, Gallagher and Honeywell over the past 3 months, Invixium is excited to announce yet another integration via IXM Link – “ this time with NetBox, the access control and event monitoring system by S2 Security.
The Oakmont Residence is a charming 556-acre residential community with a focus on easy and stylish living that is balanced with nature at every touch point. The builder -“ ICI Homes “ got in touch with HabiTech Systems and requested a biometric access control solution that would provide convenient, reliable security for its residents.