SRI Identity- and Galaxy Control Systems announce integration and reseller agreement
SRI Identity™, an SRI International line of business, and Galaxy Control Systems today announce that the SRI IOM Access Control Tablet now supports integration with System Galaxy Access Control software. The SRI IOM Access Control Tablet will also now be available through the System Galaxy network of dealers. The integrated capabilities of the IOM Access Control Tablet with System Galaxy Access Control software will be demonstrated at the booths of SRI Identity (# 25014) and Galaxy Control System (# 5089) at ISC West 2016, the largest security industry tradeshow in the U.S.
SRI’s IOM Access Control Tablet fuses access control readers, biometrics, keypads, intercoms, cameras and more to establish a new benchmark for cost-effective value and functionality for the security marketplace. This user-friendly product delivers iris recognition, the gold standard of biometric identification, on a flexible Android® tablet. By integrating with System Galaxy’s security and building management functions, customers can experience broader IOM Tablet capabilities that can improve access control security and provide greater operational efficiencies.
“The ability to integrate the IOM Access Control Tablet with System Galaxy Access Control systems unlocks new opportunities for customers looking beyond today’s access control functionality to new security and operational capabilities,” said Mark Clifton, President, Products and Solutions Division, and Vice President, SRI International. “Together with Galaxy, we are delivering new, cost-effective functionality to the security industry.”
“We are excited to expand our extensive list of integrated readers and offer our customers the best possible choices to meet their installation needs,” said Robert Laughlin, President, Galaxy Control Systems. “This integration with SRI Identity gives System Galaxy users the opportunity to implement innovative iris recognition technology for enhanced security in a very cost-effective way when implementing new or expanded access control infrastructure.”