FST21, a provider of intelligent controlled access and automation solutions and services, has partnered with HID Global to enable organizations to add HID's RFID readers to access points around buildings, complementing the combination of face recognition, voice recognition, pattern of behavior license plate recognition and visitor management system that FST21 offers.
HID's RFID solutions can be placed at additional access points beyond the main entrance, which will provide an integrated and economic solution. Additionally, card holders can be enrolled using the FST21 system.
The FST21 system is an automated and convenient identity management access for both authorized persons and visitors that uses a fusion of second generation biometrics to provide the highest level of security to organizations. The system uses no key, no card and no code. Instead, the face and voice of authorized personnel works as a key.
“Integration with HID is an important phase in bringing our technology into more buildings,” said Avi Lupo, President, FST21 America. “Not only is HID a key player, but this alliance is central in our strategy to develop the government, commercial and multifamily markets.”
“This partnership leverages FST21's fusion of biometric technologies with HID's deployed RFID technology for access control systems, extending the value proposition for all buildings and providing organizations a complete solution,” said Brenton Scott, Executive Director of Business Development, Networked Access Solutions with HID Global.