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Defense & Security

Fingerprint sensor in biometric access control reader

Lumidigm and ZK Software are releasing the LA2000, a biometric access control reader with Lumidigm fingerprint technology, to the U.S. access control market.

ZK brings the power of Lumidigm's fingerprint technology into a low-cost package via the LA2000 access control terminal. Targeted at both indoor and protected outdoor applications, the LA2000 embodies all the benefits the industry has come to expect from Lumidigm fingerprint sensors: full enrollment, high throughput, spoof protection and high security. Users from all demographics can be enrolled and verified on a Lumidigm fingerprint sensor, regardless of the condition of the skin, the user's age, or the installation environment.

The initial price of the biometric reader is only one aspect driving the total cost of biometric system ownership. The unique ability of Lumidigm sensors to provide universal enrollment eliminates costly administrative problems and security risks that occur when users can't enroll on conventional fingerprint devices. Exceptional imaging capabilities support low false rejection rates at any security threshold. With Lumidigm technology, stringent security can be coupled with high throughput to provide much higher user satisfaction and minimal need for management intervention.