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LEID Products, LLC Announces Advanced Iris Recognition Option for Its Biometric Access Control System (BACS™) Securing Critical Assets

Law Enforcement Intelligent Devices (LEID Products), LLC is the leader of biometric and electronic access locker, cabinet, and gun rack storage systems with built-in asset management/inventory control software heightens protection of assets with advanced iris recognition technology.

Auburn Hills, MI –September 27, 2018– LEID Products, LLC, leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced the integration of Princeton Identity Inc.’s patented Iris on the Move™ (IOM) technology, IOM Access200™.  The IOM Access200 is among the most accurate and trusted solutions for identity confirmation with the iris being the most accurate human identifier other than DNA.

“Biometric technologies have advanced tremendously over the last few years; iris recognition is unparalleled in its reliability for quick, secure identity confirmation. We are excited to integrate the technology into our BACS™ applications,” said Sam Hoff, president of LEID Products. “Our customers include military facilities, crime and research labs, law enforcement departments, government agencies, airports and more, where security and accountability are of the upmost importance. We believe the option to use iris identification will be very well received.”

The patented BACS™ Systems consist of customized configurations of LEID Products’ SmartRail Gun Rack, Electronic Access Cabinets, Key Cabinets, Electronic Modular Access Units, and SMARTGUARD™ Handgun Safes with built-in asset management/inventory control software and RFID tracking. Access to assets stored in the BACS™ System is managed and configured from the central BACS™ ID Station Kiosk; an administrator can enroll users, manage access permissions, view logs for tracking and ensure proper maintenance and accessibility. The new iris technology is offered as an alternative login option for the fingerprint scanner used to authenticate authorized users for access to the BACS™ System.

With installations globally, BACS Systems are field-proven solutions used […]

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    LEID Products Offers New Service to Government and Private Sector to Upgrade and Service Older Failing Electronic Locker Systems

LEID Products Offers New Service to Government and Private Sector to Upgrade and Service Older Failing Electronic Locker Systems

As failure rates increase on timeworn electronic components of old electronic lockers, LEID Products offers customers solution to avoid a costly capital expense by keeping original lockers while upgrading the technology with its advanced Access.it Asset Management System.

Auburn Hills, MI – March 3, 2015 – LEID Products, LLC., the leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced it is now accepting customers looking to upgrade outdated electronic locker systems. The announcement comes on the heels of successful completion of several government agency and public library projects including: U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Jessamine County Public Library in Kentucky, and Worthington Libraries in Ohio.

The failure issues present in legacy electronic locker systems poses serious risk to any organization that trusts sensitive assets in such lockers. The LEID Products Access.it Asset Management System has been designed to strategically help avoid the massive cost associated with completely replacing old and unsafe electronic locker systems. The ability for a company to keep locker hardware and simply replace electronic components cost just a fraction of the cost of a full electronic locker and control system replacement.

“We have been approached by many electronic locker owners who cannot update their aging locker systems because the companies they purchased them from have since gone out of business, or are unable to provide technical service for electronic components,” said Sam Hoff, President, LEID Products. “We do have the ability with our Access.it offering to solve this issue, so we are happy to announce that organizations with this issue now have a new option for the service and/or a complete upgrade. Moreover, our solution will cost a fraction of what […]

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LEID Products Heads to Philadelphia For the IACP Conference

It is an event we look forward to each year.  The International Association of Chiefs of Police host an annual conference that brings together impressive keynote speakers, informed discussions in forums and technical workshops, plus the largest exhibit hall comprised of products and services in the law enforcement community. Thousands of professionals from local, state, county, tribal and federal agencies will gather to learn and network. The event truly fosters informed and productive conversations across a variety of organizations.

LEID Products will travel next month to Philadelphia, PA to attend the IACP Conference from October 19-23. The event seeks to address critical issues in law enforcement, making it an unquestionable match for our BACS Asset and Evidence Management Systems. The company can be found in booth #1057, where LEID’s team will provide live demonstrations of the BACS System. (more…)

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BACS Key Management to Be Introduced at ASIS Conference

Attending key security industry event, LEID Products, experts in biometric and RFID technology, will demo state-of-the-art BACS Asset Management System, complete with biometrically accessed BACS ID Station computer kiosk interfaced to electronic lockers, electronic SmartRail Gun Racks, and new BACS Key Cabinet
Auburn Hills, MI – September 17, 2013 – LEID Products, LLC., the leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced it will showcase new enhancements in the BACS Asset Management System at the ASIS International Conference from September 24-27, 2013 in Chicago, IL.
Serving the critical market need for secure key storage and tracking, LEID Products recently introduced the addition of a key cabinet to the BACS Asset Management System, which will be available for live demonstration in the company’s booth at ASIS, number 5041.

With the addition of key management, the BACS System now protects weapons, assets and keys in one integrated system, restricting employee’s access to only the keys/assets they are authorized to have. Features include tamper proof electronic lockers, Smart Rail Gun Racks and key cabinets, all of which interface with the BACS ID Station Kiosk serving as the control point for access (via fingerprint) to all assets/keys stored in the system. All assets are identified with RFID technology.

“For many organizations, keys are among the most vital tangible assets; secure storage and restricted access has never been more important,” said Sam Hoff, president, LEID Products. “We are looking forward to The ASIS International Conference and displaying how our BACS Asset Management System guarantees proper storage, security and tracking of all sensitive assets.”

The ASIS International Conference will draw more than 700 companies to the exhibit floor this year, gathering industry leaders and seasoned security practitioners. Keynote […]

By |September 25th, 2013|News|0 Comments

Are you a good candidate for asset management system?

Are you a good candidate for asset management system? Take the survey below. If you can answer yes to any of the questions below, you may want to consider an access control asset management system. If you can answer yes to three or more of the questions, your department would greatly benefit from an access control asset management system.

• Do officers share weapons, equipment and/or keys?
• Are shared weapons and/or keys manually tracked?
• Have any weapons, equipment and/or keys been misplaced for more than an hour?
• Have any weapons, equipment and/or keys been stolen?
• Has equipment been damaged without knowing who was responsible?
• Have any of your officers had to start their shift without all of their equipment because the issuing supervisor was unavailable?

Implementing an asset management system for accountability of shared assets can save your department thousands of dollars and many hours of wasted time. Download a white paper detailing the cost and time savings realized using the BACS Asset Management System.

By |August 21st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Meet with LEID’s Team at the Shot Show Next Week

The LEID Products Team will be at the SHOT show in Las Vegas next week (January 15-18, 2013)!

We are scheduling meetings with individuals interested in learning more about the latest innovations in asset and evidence management. Whether you are planning an upgrade to your weapons and evidence storage, planning a new building or just interested in knowing the latest innovations in technology for these areas, we are interested in understanding your specific needs and challenges.

If you are interested in meeting, please feel free to contact Sam Hoff at shoff@leidproducts.com to set up a date and time to meet with our team!

 

By |January 9th, 2013|Blog, News|0 Comments
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    LEID Products to Exhibit Innovative Asset and Evidence Management Systems at the 2012 SOMA Conference

LEID Products to Exhibit Innovative Asset and Evidence Management Systems at the 2012 SOMA Conference

Showcasing BACS Asset Management System Including Kiosk and Electronic Lockers used to Provide Paramount Security, Management, and Tracking for Critical Inventory

Auburn Hills, MI – December 11, 2012 – LEID Products, LLC.,LEID Products, LLC., the leader in electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced its participation at the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Conference in Tampa, FL December 15-18, 2012. The company will display its recently patented BACS system which securely stores and tracks items ranging from pelican cases containing controlled medications, to evidence, to highly sensitive valuable equipment and weapons. All visitors are welcome to visit LEID Products in Booth #305. (more…)

By |December 14th, 2012|Blog, News|0 Comments
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    LEID Products Announces Version 2.0 of the BACS ID Station Kiosk

LEID Products Announces Version 2.0 of the BACS ID Station Kiosk

All Steel, Tamper Proof Kiosk Enhancements Provide Additional Security and Functionality

Auburn Hills, MI – March 6, 2012 – LEID Products, LLC., the manufacturing leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced sleek new enhancements to their biometric BACSTM ID Station kiosk. The kiosk houses a fingerprint reader for access verification, RFID or barcode reader for asset verification and optional card reader for additional security of valuable equipment and assets. (more…)

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    LEID Products to Exhibit Biometric Asset Management System at The Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Conference, December 10 – 12

LEID Products to Exhibit Biometric Asset Management System at The Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Conference, December 10 – 12

Auburn Hills, MI-based LEID Products, LLC, will be exhibiting their Biometric Access Control System (BACSTM), an innovative asset management system, at the Special Operations Medical Associations (SOMA) Conference at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida, December 10 – 12, 2011. TheBACSTM system is a proven solution installed in military facilities and earning exceptional reviews for the secure storage and tracking items ranging from pelican cases containing controlled medications, to highly sensitive valuable equipment, to weapons. Visit LEID Products at booth 619 for a demonstration.  (more…)

By |December 6th, 2011|Blog, News|0 Comments