Biometric business round--upSchlage, Solero Systems form technology partnership

Published 6 July 2010

A manufacturer of contactless smart credentials and readers and a developer of identification and access solutions have formed a technology partnership to bring advanced identification and access solutions to customers

Carmel, Indiana-based Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, a provider of security and safety solutions and manufacturer of Schlage contactless smart credentials and readers, and Torrance, California-based Solero Systems, a developer of identification and access solutions, announced they are partnering to bring advanced identification and access solutions to customers.

The partnership will leverage Schlage’s multi-technology reader platform and credentials with Solero Systems’ physical and logical security offerings. The companies say that this relationship further expands both Solero Systems and Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies’ vision of providing open, secure identity solutions. Together, they can provide customers greater value by offering expanded expertise in physical and logical access control solutions.

“Solero Systems has a breadth of experience in physical and logical security,” said John Menzel, director of business development for Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies. “We’re excited to leverage their expertise to offer technology solutions to our customers that adhere to open protocols and are highly secure.”

“We are looking forward to leveraging Schlage’s strong position as a provider of secure, open contactless solutions for access control.” said Sanjay Dhamija, managing partner of Solero Systems. “Our partnership with Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies emphasizes our commitment to delivering identification solutions to our customers that protect their people and assets.”