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EMX BlueGuard Access Control

BlueGuardIf you are an avid Trekker, then you know those original doors in the first series were human controlled. Too bad they didn’t have a BlueGuard from EMX. The device opens gates, overhead doors and parking barriers with only a Bluetooth enabled cellie. The BlueGuard recognizes the phone so no RFID or access card is needed. Easy to set up, it has a detection range of up to 33 feet, can handle 10 different phones, is PIN protected and watertight. Contact BlueGuard for details and price.

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Biovein Secuity Control System Uses Vascular Recognition

Posted by Patrick Phelps Categories: Misc. Tech

bioveinAlthough biometric access controls such as retina and fingerprint recognition are nothing new, in the search for ultimate security, the Biovein security control system from French innovator Easydentic Group, verifies your identity through vascular recognition. WHAT??? Here’s how it works: Based on the Hitachi technology known as VeinID, the system scans the finger’s vascular area and authorizes access only after recognizing the image. Even if you had the technology to forge finger vein patterns, you’d have to get your hands on the original – and few bad guys are willing to take things that far…

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