PSA Security Network Now Marketing EyeLock Biometrics Technology
EyeLock’s proprietary iris authentication technology looks at more than 240 unique iris characteristics.
NEW YORK – EyeLock has entered into a partnership with PSA Security Network, which will now market EyeLock’s iris biometrics products to its large base of systems integrator members.
EyeLock’s proprietary iris authentication technology looks at more than 240 unique iris characteristics, and is one of the only companies in the world to utilize dual-eye authentication, according to the company.
“This partnership with PSA is an important part of our global distribution strategy,” says Anthony Antolino, chief marketing and business development officer, EyeLock. “Iris access control is fast becoming a critical component of enterprise security and EyeLock’s suite of products offers a market leading, cost-effective solution to PSA’s wide reaching network of integrators and end users.”
PSA Security Network is the world’s largest electronic security cooperative of its kind. Its security systems integrators are responsible for more than $2 billion annually in security, fire and life-safety installations.
“EyeLock’s solutions are user friendly, interoperable with major access control platforms, and are priced right,” says Craig Patterson, director of vendor management for PSA Security Network. “EyeLock is going to create a significant competitive advantage for our members and their businesses.”
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