FST21 Welcomes its New Baby - SAFEI

FST21 Welcomes its New Baby - SAFEI

FST21, a technology company specializing in the field of identification and security, is pleased to announce the arrival of FST21 Welcomes its New Baby - SAFEISafeI, a fully-integrated access control controller that delivers advanced, secure and convenient In Motion Identification access control within the market.

SafeI enables the technological advantages of FST21's SafeRise solution (an In Motion Identification system that allows approved users access through a fusion of biometric recognition, voice and license plate recognition), in a more compact version of the SafeRise server and is designed to support one In Motion Identification access point. SafeI comes in a standalone, plug-and-play enclosure and is the driving force behind FST21's Digital Doorman all-in-one In Motion Identification Access Control solution. No keys, cards or codes are required.

Incorporating the SafeRise technology with dedicated hardware and seamless plug-and-play installation, the SafeI can be easily installed in any secured location. All peripheral devices - from the electronic door lock and door positioning switch to the recognition camera, RFID reader, intercom and feedback signaling device - connect directly to the SafeI. Authorized entry is granted instantly, simply by walking to the access point.

"After seeing a demo of SafeI and witnessing firsthand its simplicity and ease of installation, I am very excited to make this latest access control breakthrough from FST21 available to my clients," said Barak Belkin, CEO of OMD, Inc., a designer and installer of quality security systems based in Los Angeles. "This more compact version of the SafeRise server is ideal for securing a single access point and delivers the same high level of convenient security I've come to count on from FST21."

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