Saflink broadens smart-card support

Saflink Corp. of Kirkland, Wash., announced that its SureAccess line of biometric smart-card readers would now also support proximity cards. According to the company, the dual functionality will let agencies maintain existing proximity card access control systems while also issuing biometric smart cards. SureAccess is based on the contactless biometric smart-card technology deployed in the Transportation Security Administration's Transportation Worker Identification Credential program.

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