BioLink Exhibits Its Advances at the MAKS International Aviation-Space Show
BioLink announces showcasing its cutting-edge biometric solutions and systems ensuring the protection of airports, air carriers and other transportation companies against identification-related threats at the international aviation-space show "MAKS-2007" to be held on August 21-26, 2007, in the town of Zhukovsky near Moscow.
Since airport activities are directly related to migration, border and customs control, BioLink's exposition will, first and foremost, show its brand new civil identification system BioLink AMIS (Automated Multi-biometric Information System). It allows integrating advanced biometrics into the next generation electronic ID-documents, such as passports and visas, as well as into widely accepted governmental loyalty programs, such as the frequent traveler program.
Another key task of any transportation enterprise is restricting access to secured areas and zones. Air carriers and airports have welcomed and are widely deploying biometric time and attendance monitoring and access control systems. To cover the said tasks, BioTime, a biometric time tracking and access control system, will be introduced to MAKS visitors. BioTime will be exhibited in combination with BioLink FingerPass IC, an access control terminal identifying users by fingerprints, contactless cards and/or PIN-code.
Transportation companies are also quite susceptible to information security breaches, both from inside and outside. Thus, a handful biometric tool to secure corporate resources, BioLink IDenium compliant with Active Directory and Citrix platforms will surely attract the visitors’ attention. To perform the capture of fingerprint templates and identify users, BioLink is about to introduce BioLink ST4E, a biometric terminal for on-the-fly reliable identification, and BioLink U-Match 5.0, a biometric scanner for office use combined with a card reader.
Visitors to Stand H2-5 will have a chance to attend a presentation "Biometrics in Airports: Reliability, Security & Efficiency" accumulating the global expertise of applying biometrics in aviation, and receive our marketing brochures and CD-disks with BioLink products’ description and demos.
Piotr Pertsov, Director of Business Development in BioLink, says: “Aviation has always been at the forefront of technical advances, and any dynamically evolving aviation enterprise is striving to apply the most recent technologies, including biometrics, to its benefit. We are quite excited that EADS, our strategic partner, gives BioLink an opportunity to introduce the Company’s biometric identification solutions at MAKS-2007".
BioLink, a leading provider of biometric identification solutions, develops, manufactures, and markets advanced fingerprint biometric products. The Company’s products and services form the core of biometric identification and authentication solutions for all scale civil identification, access control and information security applications. BioLink’s solutions provide the optimal total cost of ownership in the industry and are being implemented by corporate and government entities worldwide. For additional information, please visit BioLink’s web site at http://www.biolinksolutions.com.
EADS Defence and Communications Systems (DCS), the “Systems House” of EADS, is an integrated unit of the EADS Defence & Security Division (DS). DS is a system solutions provider. It combines military air systems, missile systems, communications and intelligence systems, global security solutions as well as sensor and avionics systems into a single effective network. EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defense and related services. For more information, please visit http://www.eads.com/1024/en/businet/defence/dcs/dcs.html.