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EyeLock Inc. Introduces EyeSwipe Nano TS Iris Scanning Turnstile Solution For Secure Access Control

EyeSwipe-Nano TS is an advanced iris biometric turnstile solution, providing real-time iris capture, at-a-distance and in motion

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- EyeLock Inc., a leading provider of iris-based identity authentication solutions, announced today the launch of its latest product, the EyeSwipe-Nano® TS. This high throughput iris recognition turnstile device provides one of the most secure access control solutions available. The EyeSwipe Nano TS will be on display at the ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits - the preeminent conference for security professionals - in Philadelphia, Pa. this week from September 10 - 13.

The EyeSwipe-Nano TS is an advanced iris biometric turnstile solution, providing real-time iris capture, at-a-distance and in motion. It has been engineered to meet the needs of turnstile or other rapid-throughput environments and features a broad capture range for enhanced ease-of-use at high speeds. The EyeSwipe Nano TS includes an integrated card reader to support legacy users and smooth transition to iris-based technology.

"In its newest form, our latest product offering containing EyeLock's proven iris authentication technology will further differentiate itself across the access control sector. The addition of EyeSwipe-Nano TS to our product portfolio enables system integrators around the world to step up their high throughput identity authentication solutions in a more efficient, secure and cost effective way," said Anthony Antolino, Chief Marketing Officer of EyeLock.

As with all EyeLock identity management solutions, the purchase of the EyeSwipe-Nano TS includes enrollment, administrative and matching software, as well as a per unit license for unlimited users. The hardware and software seamlessly integrate with all industry standard access control platforms. EyeSwipe-Nano TS is agnostic and can be coupled with any industry algorithms, and existing databases.

"As a security industry leader, we have seen various security products come onto the market, however, until now, we have not seen a truly seamless identity authentication system that has the ability to transcend vertical markets as much as EyeLock," said John Nemerofsky, Vice President Global Vertical Market Solutions, Stanley Security Solutions. "The EyeLock EyeSwipe-Nano TS is no exception, there is high demand for increased security solutions in high throughput environments and we are confident EyeSwipe Nano TS will be a success with our customers," he said.

The EyeSwipe-Nano TS will be available for purchase through Stanley Security Solutions and will be exhibited at Stanley's ASIS booth #701.

About EyeLock Inc.

EyeLock Inc. is a leading technology provider of iris-based identity management products and technology solutions. Transforming the way identities are authenticated and protected, the Company offers a broad suite of breakthrough solutions for the identity management, access control, border control and logical access sectors.

The proprietary, iris-based identity management solutions are cost-effective, scalable and easy-to-use iris recognition systems that operate while a person is in motion and at a distance. EyeLock delivers products and solutions where privacy, convenience and security are synonymous.

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