SecurLinx Middleware Products Available on GSA Schedule

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In partnership with Galaxy Control Systems, SecurLinx Corporation has received authorization from the General Services Administration to make three biometric middleware products available to government procurement officers through the GSA Schedule. The company has signed a distribution agreement with Galaxy to provide nationwide sales and support.

In partnership with Galaxy Control Systems of Walkersville, Maryland, SecurLinx Corporation has received authorization from the General Services Administration to make its three biometric middleware products available to government procurement officers through the GSA Schedule.

The offerings include:

VeriTrac Door Entry System-A multi-modal biometric system for access control capable of utilizing facial recognition, fingerprint, iris and other biometrics.

IdentiTrac Photo Identification System-A facial recognition identification system for managing large data base applications.

FaceTrac Surveillance System-A biometrically enabled watch list surveillance system for securing access to public entrances using facial recognition.

“Through our distribution agreement with Galaxy Control Systems, we are able to offer first rate customer support nationwide,” stated Barry Hodge, CEO of SecurLinx. “Access to high quality sales and service personnel is critical to the successful deployment of technology products and the Galaxy dealer organization is recognized for maintaining superior customer satisfaction.”

Training for Galaxy’s nationwide network of dealers and integrators was held during the 17th Annual Dealer Conference. This year’s meetings took place in San Diego, CA from May 6-10.

SecurLinx middleware applications are designed to interface with Galaxy’s engineered access control systems to provide the highest level of security available in the marketplace today. By adding a biometric layer to token based systems utilizing personal identification numbers, a three level security system provides optimum protection where access control is mission critical to the enterprise.

“With this partnership, we enhance the flexibility of our products with multiple biometric solutions,” explains Rick Fournier, COO of Galaxy Control Systems. “It has always been easy to integrate a wide range of technologies within our systems, and now we’re giving our dealers even more options for biometrics, the ultimate in identification and authorization.”

For additional information contact your local Galaxy Control Systems representative.

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