Applications: BioLink selects FingerLoc for computer peripheraltion
Aug 1, 2000 12:00 PM
ACCESS CONTROL & SECURITY SYSTEMS INTEGRATION STAFF
BioLink Technologies International, Middleboro, Mass., has selected FingerLoc biometric fingerprint sensor by AuthenTec Inc., Melbourne, Fla., for integration into BioLink's U-Match MatchBook, a peripheral that provides a extra layer of data and network security.
The U.S. Army's Communications-Electronics Command has awarded a contract to the Photonics Technology Division of Intevac Inc., Santa Clara, Calif., for the development and demonstration of a low-light-level surveillance and targeting camera system optimized for range-gated, active systems using a pulsed laser operating at 1.5 microns as the illumination source.
Motorola Inc., Schaumburg, Ill., and Bopack Systems, Wommelgem, Belgium, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop and market smart label solutions.
Sensormatic Electronics Corp., Boca Raton, Fla., has partnered with Movie Gallery, Dothan, Ala., to test the first phase of its smartEAS radio frequency identification system focused on in-store inventory management.
Partner Communications Company Limited, Israel, is using Fort Lee, N.J.-based Whale Communications' e-Gap system to protect its back-end network in an electronic bill presentment and payment pilot for its customer.
Lufthansa Systems Division North America, East Meadow, N.Y., has introduced a new Applications Service Provider solution designed specifically to meet the needs of regional airlines.
Intelligent Selection by Gray Electronics, Kyle, Texas, has been chosen for installation in the City National Bank Lending and Investment Centers, Taylor, Texas.
Silent Witness, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, and ADT Security Services Inc., Boca Raton, Fla., have partnered with the Zajac Foundation to provide a greater level of security at Zajac Norgate House in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
A Detroit automaker has chosen the TRACcess Access Control System manufactured by Supra Products, Salem, Ore., to be installed at 3,000 dealerships nationwide.
Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., has installed the MarLok key by Ilco Unican, Montreal, in several dormitory facilities, fraternity and sorority facilities, classroom buildings and offices.
Clarification: Southwest Systems Ltd. will install the CCTV system at the new Aladdin Casino in Las Vegas. Ultrak Inc. will supply the equipment. We regret an incorrect report in the June 2000 issue.