Kantech integrates with Stonelock to safeguard privacy

Milwaukee, Wi

Designed to protect the privacy of users without the use of photographs and eliminate the need to physically touch a device.

Johnson Controls has announced the integration of the Tyco Kantech Entrapass and Stonelock Go for opt-in “faceless” recognition, designed to protect users by safeguarding their privacy without the use of photographs, while eliminating the need to physically touch the reader.

Combining Stonelock Go with Kantech Entrapass security management software offers a completely contactless, universally compatible technology - regardless of gender, race or age - that is easily deployed and significantly reduces operational efforts. This integration has been designed to satisfy even the most stringent security protocols and to assist in mitigating threats from vulnerabilities such as weak PINs, code sharing - as well risks from surface contamination.

While an access card or password is susceptible to theft or cloning, Stonelock Go offers unparalleled anti-spoofing and, according to the company, best-in-class False Acceptance Rate. This method of authentication ensures the people accessing facilities have been granted permission.

Using state-of-the-art, near infrared sensors, Stonelock Go readers scan and store unique templates of enrolled users that are recognisable outside of the Stonelock System. The integration with Entrapass will provide a solution perfect for high security access control where reliable identity confirmation of user access is required.

This purpose-built integration offers biometric rejections and other events natively available in Entrapass, such as forced door entries, enabling better situational awareness and offering a holistic report of what happens at the door.


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