Paxton and neaMetrics integration

March 2015 News, Access Control & Identity Management

Paxton has announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with neaMetric’s biometric management application, ProSync. The integration uses technology from global biometrics provider, Suprema.

This integration allows seamless connectivity of Suprema access control readers and Paxton’s Net2 access control platform enabling the straightforward addition of biometrics to Net2. This provides a user-friendly interface to manage building security more easily. Administrators can biometrically enrol users, create biometric tokens in Net2 and automatically link user templates to Suprema access control readers. This is all done via the addition of a single function to the Net2 client software.

Frequent upgrades to the ProSync biometric management engine make it ideal for continuously evolving business requirements. New functions and features are also released as they become available, avoiding long, costly product specific development and maintenance cycles.

Walter Rautenbach, neaMetric’s MD, says: “Paxton delivers an exceedingly effective access control solution which is easy to use and suitable for any size operation. Our benchmark was to keep it easy with an interface that opens up the world of Suprema biometrics within Net2 with no fuss. Whilst utilising the proven neaMetricsProSync engine, it is nowhere to be seen, but takes care of all the aspects of biometrics allowing users to continue to enjoy their Net2 experience.”

Young S. Moon, Suprema’s vice president, notes: “The integration of Suprema biometric readers with Paxton’s Net2 access control is a well-blended combination of state-of-the-art solutions in each category of biometrics and access control. This integrated solution will enable users to enjoy the power of Suprema’s biometric authentication solutions under the same Net2 access control environments.”

Gareth O’Hara, Paxton’s sales and ­marketing director, says: “Paxton’s Net2 access control is built upon the foundations of being easy to install, configure and operate, while neaMetrics prides itself on transforming users’ needs into working solutions, as demonstrated with the Suprema ProSync Paxton integration.

For more information contact Suprema, +27 (0)11 784 3952, enquiry@suprema.co.za, www.suprema.co.za, neaMetrics, 0861 632 638, info@neametrics.com, www.neametrics.com



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