Fingerprint Cards signs US lock maker for biometric access

Fingerprint Cards signs US lock maker for biometric access

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By Nick Flaherty

Fingerprint Cards in Sweden has signed a global deal with BenjiLock, a US-based design company of premium biometric locks.

The deal will see BenjiLock incorporate Fingerprints’ biometric sensor, software and algorithm into its designs for physical access security solutions, including patented TSA-accepted biometric locks and equipment cases to address the market demand of enhanced security.

BenjiLock, which won investment from Canadian businessman Kevin O’Leary on US television show ‘Shark Tank’ in 2017, aims to accelerate the use of fingerprint-based biometrics in a wide range of markets worldwide and Fingerprints will be the exclusive supplier of the technology.

“We are excited to partner with BenjiLock and contribute our advanced sensors and software to its product portfolio,” said Michel Roig, President of Payment and Access at Fingerprints. “This collaboration allows us to combine our expertise in biometric technology with BenjiLock’s passion for innovation, enabling us to offer customers superior security solutions that are both reliable and user-friendly.”

Robbie Cabral, Founder and CEO of BenjiLock, commented: “We are thrilled to enter this exclusive partnership with Fingerprints – this collaboration is a testament to our dedication to offering cutting-edge security solutions that redefine the industry. By leveraging Fingerprints’ advanced biometric technology, we can further elevate the security standards of our products, providing customers with peace of mind, safety and convenience.”

“BenjiLocks’ partnership with Fingerprints exemplifies the incredible power of Shark Tank and entrepreneurship,” says Kevin O’Leary, Chairman of O’Leary Ventures and investor in BenjiLock. “Building upon the early success with key retailers, this strategic relationship propels the BenjiLock brand to a global stage, opening doors for licensing opportunities in various industries, including TSA-accepted biometric locks.”;


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