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Vascular Biometric Palm Reader to Make Debut at IFSEC

DataBac Group : 15 April, 2010  (New Product)
Databac will be demonstrating its range of access control and card printing products at IFSEC this year along with the latest Saiwall Secure terminal which is making its UK debut and brings non-contact palm vein biometric recognition technology to the access control market
Visitors to the Databac stand A7 in Hall 4 at IFSEC 2010 at the NEC in Birmingham between the 10th and the 13th May will be able to enjoy a glass of champagne as they explore the latest innovations in applied ID technologies at IFSEC 2010. The ID specialist is celebrating its 40th anniversary and will be announcing a number of new solutions, as well as show-exclusive offers, to mark the event.

Making its UK debut will be the new Saiwall Secure biometric terminal for access control, a sleek, high-tech palm vein reader developed by Spanish manufacturer Saima Sistemas using Fujitsu technology. Housed in a vandal-proof casing with futuristic blue-red-green indicator lighting, the unit can integrate with any existing access control software. No physical contact with the unit is necessary thanks to MagicEye technology, while verification is conducted via secure VPN with a central server. Exclusive distributor Databac will be marketing the system across Europe.

Other offerings to be unveiled at the show include a range of RFID wristband solutions for hospitals, clubs and resorts, as well as an RF kiosk terminal for visitor identification and control. Visitors will also be able to see how RFID toolkits can help make cards and readers easier to integrate.

Also among the contactless products on display will be Databac's range of UHF Gen2 cards, offering an impressive read range of over 3m. As a card manufacturer, Databac is able to produce bespoke RF cards, tags and tickets, with a choice of materials, security devices and pre-printing options. Databac can produce cards incorporating Mifare, DESfire, Hitag, i-Code, HID, Indala, EM and multi-function / dual-interface technologies and is licensed to manufacture LEGIC credentials.

A range of dedicated printers will be demonstrated for on-the-spot personalisation of cards and wristbands. These will include Datacard's brand new SR200 retransfer printer, designed for high-quality yet cost-effective card issuance.

A wide range of card wearing accessories will be shown, including Databac's latest environmentally-friendly card holders and branded lanyards made of cork and recycled PET.
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