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Who Says Biometrics don't Work Outdoors


Who says that biometrics doesn’t work outdoors.  During a recent visit to Dallas, FaceKey visited with an early customer to check out the performance of its EntryGuard Access Control unit.

Roy Marin with Wunderlich-Malec Systems Inc., was happy to show us how the product still works despite the severe weather in the Dallas area.  This product installed in February 2004 has been out in the elements without cover or protection for almost 9 years.  During these 9 years, Roy has not reenrolled his fingerprint nor have any repairs been made to the unit.

FaceKey prides itself on building products that provide the ultimate in identification of authorized persons, are cost effective and reliable.  

Posted by A H Starkweather on 10th December, 2013 | Comments | Trackbacks
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