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A short animated video showcasing the capabilities of Princeton Identity's solutions
Biometric Access Control Platform
Biometric Access Platform for existing physical access control systems
A short video showcasing how biometrics can be used over the course of an average day.
A multimodal biometric reader (face and iris), primarily used with physical access control systems.
An outdoor multimodal biometric reader (face and iris), primarily used with physical access control systems.
Princeton Identity’s iris recognition technology solves security challenges for Auburn University
Princeton Identity’s iris recognition technology shines a spotlight on an elder-care facility
Speed up the passenger experience at the airport using biometrics. Read about the installation at Dubai International Airport.
EGL USA’s New York Laboratory uses Princeton Identity™ solution for secure access
Security meets operations for cost-effective warehouse workflows
Fighting insurance fraud through patient identity authentication
Enabling scalable multimodal system identification
Creating a healthier and more convenient future workplace; touchless biometric solutions hold the key
Learn about our Remote Safely product designed with biometric monitoring to eliminate data security risks associated with remote work.
Touchless biometric solutions deliver workplace convenience and safety
Princeton Identity solutions deliver value across the healthcare environment.
Read how biometrics are being used at a surgery center in New Jersey.
Read how biometrics can be used in the commercial real estate space.
Read how biometrics are being used at Dubai's Smart Salem, providing clinical and commercial benefits.
Learn about what Princeton Identity has to offer
This software, typically deployed as a virtual machine, is one piece of the EmbraceID solution.
A multimodal biometric reader (face and iris) paired with temperature sensor, primarily used with physical access control systems.
A multimodal biometric reader (face and iris), primarily used for high quality enrollment.
A self-contained multimodal biometric system (face, iris, and fingerprint), primarily used for government use cases.
This feature allows the storage of biometrics directly on a smart card, rather than on a centralized server.
This offering allows for an operator-free visitor management system paired with the Princeton Identity EmbraceID solution.
A product designed with biometric monitoring to eliminate data security risks associated with remote work.
Historically, biometric enrollment has taken time and manpower. Eliminate the headaches by using one of the ways that users can self enroll using Princeton Identity's solutions.
Read about how biometrics can be used to make multi factor authentication more secure.
Contrary to popular thinking, biometrics don't compromise PII security. Learn about biometrics and how they fit into today's landscape.
Within commercial properties, biometrics can provide the necessary security to protect mission critical infrastructure. Read about how biometrics can improve the lives of tenants and building owners.