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Schlage Recognition Systems (USA)

Recognition Systems, Inc., a division of Ingersoll-Rand, is the worldwide leader in Biometric access control, time and attendance, and personal identification products. Biometric devices are electronic means for measuring unique characteristics or actions of a person, and are used to provide personal rather than card or PIN identification.

The company was founded in 1986, has pioneered the commercialization of biometrics using its patented hand geometry. Our technology identifies people by the size and shape of their hand. The wide spread use of Recognition Systems HandReaders in access control and time and attendance markets has established Recognition Systems as the market leader in biometric verification terminals.

Recognition Systems HandReaders provide improved security, accuracy, and convenience for these three important applications: For Access Control, the HandReaders provide a fail-safe method to ensure that the person who enters isn't merely carrying someone else's access card or PIN. For Time and Attendance, the HandReaders improve payroll accuracy and simplicity by eliminating "buddy-punching" and providing centralized computer data storage, with optional networking. For Identification, the HandReaders guarantee that the people on a site actually belong there.

The HandReaders are fast, easy to use, and reliable. Over 55,000 units are installed throughout the world, in a wide variety of applications. The 1996 Olympic Games utilized the HandReaders to protect access to the Olympic Village. More than 65,000 people were enrolled and over 1 million transactions were handled in 28 days. There are more than 900 HandReaders that control client and employee access to special areas of Italian banks and over 100 units perform similar functions in Russia. The HandReaders now play a vital role in a border crossing system for frequent travelers. The program, called INSPASS, is currently being expanded in United States airports. The United States Federal Bureau of Prisons and United Kingdom Prisons rely on the HandReaders for prisoner tracking. Universities use the HandReaders for the on-campus meal program; to safeguard access to dormitories and protect their computer centers. Hospitals utilize the HandReaders for access control and payroll accuracy. Veteran's hospitals throughout the United States use HandReaders to protect drug dispensaries. HandReaders allow members to access clubs around the globe without having to remember to carry a card. Many child care centers use hand readers to verify the identity of parents and safeguard the children left in their care. The list goes on.