Integration: Nedap.

About Nedap

Nedap is a globally operating technology company that develops innovative solutions for various sectors, including security. Nedap’s focus on innovation has resulted in a wide range of products and services, ranging from advanced security solutions to efficient parking systems and more. The collaboration between Nedap and Recogtech has led to the integration of the Palm-ID Pro and Palm-ID Card within the AEOS Access Control System. This enables Nedap’s customers worldwide to use these two technologies (based on vein pattern recognition in the palm of the hand) in conjunction with AEOS.

Integration Palm-ID - Nedap

Intensively tested and validated

Recogtech’s technology has been extensively tested and validated by Nedap’s access control experts, resulting in a ‘verified partnership.’

The Palm-ID Pro and Palm-ID Card offer advanced palm recognition technology that enables secure, contactless, and rapid verification. By utilizing the unique characteristics of an individual’s palm vein pattern, the Palm-ID products can accurately and reliably identify persons, thereby reducing the risks of identity fraud and unauthorized access to facilities.

Great addition to our system

Recogtech’s technology is a valuable addition to our ecosystem, as it allows us to provide a highly secure and scalable option for biometric access control,”says Wesley Keegstra, Solution & Integration Specialist at Nedap Security Management.

“We are also impressed by Recogtech’s proactive approach with the Palm-ID card in addressing challenges arising from GDPR and AVG concerning the use of biometrics.

“Thanks to the certified Palm-ID products, users can effortlessly capture and manage biometric data, configure access rights, and generate detailed reports via the AEOS system. This provides organizations the ability to closely monitor security events, respond quickly to incidents, and optimize regulatory compliance.”

No better protection

Eduard de Knegt states: “Currently within Europe, there is no better protection or more widely accepted security solution for biometric data available. Because the three processors handle information separately and only communicate on a need-to-know basis, the amount of data used by each individual processor remains limited.”