Products that utilize biometrics are no more expensive than many other common security measures. This may seem futuristic, but it's actually very feasible for retailers to carry these products and make a profit quickly
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 19, 2009
Sophisticated security solutions that recognize individuals' unique physiologies are on the cusp of sweeping both the private and public sectors. One Biometrics is among those leading the boom, emerging as a preferred online distributor of the latest biometric applications for the computer and automobile industries.
Biometrics refers to technologies that identify individuals based on distinctive physical or behavioral characteristics, such as fingerprints, iris prints, signatures or gaits.
One Biometrics specializes in fingerprint authentication systems, which were initially developed for high-level government operations.
Finger-scanning traditionally involves one-dimensional optical scanning that captures a snapshot of the print. The technology has advanced significantly in recent years, and One Biometrics is one of the few distributors nationwide to offer products with heat sensing and 3-D imaging capabilities. While highly innovative, One Biometrics Owner Dennis Schwein says his products are cost-effective and incorporated into everyday devices like laptops, flash drives and auto-theft prevention systems.
"Products that utilize biometrics are no more expensive than many other common security measures. This may seem futuristic, but it's actually very feasible for retailers to carry these products and make a profit quickly," he said. "Personal and professional safety will always be one of our greatest concerns, so we know the demand for biometrics is only going to grow."
Auto, Computer Retailers Find Growing Biometric Niches; Bulk Discounts Available
One Biometrics' flagship product, the Fingerprint Car Starter/Alarming System, is among the most effective auto-theft prevention systems available. It uses live fingerprint verification to automatically start the vehicle, and an alarm will sound if unauthorized users attempt to drive. The system can be equipped for up to nine users, and the settings can be changed easily with voice instructions.
The use of compact biometric tools is also expanding among computer users who can swipe a fingerprint-encrypted mouse or flash drive to lock files or block access to hard drives. Schwein says these products are essential for companies that handle financial data or proprietary information, as well as consumers concerned about the rise of identity theft.
"We ensure designated users are the only users," he said. "Peace of mind is extremely important, and finger-scanning technology has advanced to a point where top-of-the-line security can be a cost-effective solution."
Dealers and retailers can take advantage of special bulk rates on all One Biometrics products with the promotion code "1717." Companies interested in learning more can call Schwein directly at (812) 525-2333. Detailed information can also be found on the One Biometrics site.
About One Biometrics
One Biometrics is an online distributor of security solutions, specializing in fingerprint authentication systems. Originally developed for high-level government use, advanced biometric technologies are now available to consumers and businesses worldwide. One Biometrics focuses on the auto and computer industries, distributing fingerprint-verification flash drives, computer mice and auto-theft prevention systems. Owner Dennis Schwein launched the company in 2008, armed with more than 25 years of direct sales and customer service experience. For more information on One Biometrics, visit http://www.OneBiometrics.com or call (866)-554-3812.
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