LEID Products, LLC. announced sleek new enhancements to their biometric BACS 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.
Chain of custody is electronically tracked and accounted for whether tracking evidence or other assets, limiting liability and consequences of exposure to human error. Additional layers of security can be added with options including: hand geometry scanner, card reader and barcode reader.
LEID Products Biometric Access Control System (BACSTM) ID Station kiosk serves as the control point for access to assets stored in electronic storage units. The BACS system, with customized software, provides an innovative asset management system and proven solution installed in law enforcement and military facilities for secure storage and tracking of highly sensitive items including: valuable equipment, weapons, controlled medications and evidence. Product enhancements in version 2.0 include all steel, tamper proof construction and a larger kiosk screen. The unit now comes equipped with wheels, so it is more easily moved. However, the unit can still be permanently installed.
The BACS system ensures proper maintenance and security of department assets, each asset containing an RFID chip for tracking purposes. The system encompasses storage cabinets with electronic rotary latch locks to secure all front doors; law enforcement clients use to secure weapons, night vision goggles, lasers, AEDs, surveillance equipment and more. Remote access is available, allowing administrators the ability to control the system at all times. The biometric (fingerprint) reader allows only authorized users to access assets, each user is restricted to access to only the items they have been qualified to use by the administrator.