Invixium, an innovator of next-generation biometric products for enterprise access control, time and attendance and smart home markets, unveiled its truly innovative IXM TITAN multimodal, multifactor, multipurpose biometric solution here at ISC West 2018 (booth #6109). The company is also highlighting its growing family of access control integration and technology partners that continue to contribute to the development of superior solutions and integration capabilities.
“This past year has reached unprecedented growth in sales, integration partnerships and product advancements for our company,” says Shiraz Kapadia, CEO and President of Invixium. “We look forward to showing ISC West attendees how our beautifully designed TITAN solution transcends the siloed capabilities, complexity and limitations of traditional biometric devices.”
The new TITAN consolidates the functionality of biometric authentication, time and attendance, video intercom and video surveillance devices into a single unit that accommodates a diverse host of applications for the ultimate in performance and convenience. TITAN was conceived and engineered using a distinct set of design parameters including: application versatility, simplicity of use and implementation, modern communications and beautiful aesthetics that uniquely differentiates it from traditional biometric devices.
TITAN’s revolutionary facial recognition algorithm delivers superior throughput, authenticating approximately 15 identities a minute with extreme accuracy. With the fastest enrollment time and smallest biometric record size, TITAN’s on-board memory can also store up to 100,000 facial biometric records.
Invixium also continues to expand its ecosystem of technology partners, which has grown to include: HID, SecuGen, Hitachi, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Corning and NEXT Biometrics, to name a few.
Integrations with Access Control partners continue to grow as well and now include: Galaxy Control Systems, RS2 Technologies, Honeywell, Genetec, Gallagher Security, Paxton Access, Siemens, Remsdaq and S2 Security, with many more to come.