Freevolt partners with Fingerprints to enhance S-Key


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Freevolt Technologies has unveiled the second generation of its flagship access control card, S-Key.

The UK-based developer has confirmed that its new battery-less card has been upgraded to embed Fingerprints’ T2 biometric sensors.

Freevolt & Fingerprints

The S-Key utilises patented energy harvesting technology.

Not only do these solutions bring stronger authentication to access control, they are said to offer new levels of security, convenience and reduced environmental impact.

Fingerprints’ T2 sensors – known as FPC 1323 – provide enhanced image quality and processing speeds.

Moreover, they offer improved power efficiency for biometric smart cards.

The sensor module features advanced encryption and additional privacy layers for the storage and communication of biometric data.

“The world has changed and approaches to security must also evolve,” commented Michel Roig, President of Payment and Access, Fingerprints.

“With our collaboration with Freevolt Technologies, we are proud to see that Freevolt have combined their highly efficient power harvesting innovations with Fingerprints’ FPC 1323 sensor providing ultra-low power consumption, to create a world leading battery-less biometric smart access card…”

“S-Key works seamlessly”

“We are delighted by the performance of our new S-Key biometric access card featuring state-of-the-art T2 biometric fingerprint sensor from Fingerprints,” added Gonzalo de Gisbert, Head of Product & Business Development, Freevolt Technologies.

“S-Key works seamlessly, providing advanced biometric security when used with a wide range of access control readers and without the hassle, cost and environmental damage of batteries.

“Fingerprints have been excellent in supporting the development of S-Key and we are excited about the commercial potential of S-Key and the further innovations that we have in the pipeline, leveraging the excellent performance, security and energy efficiency of the latest FPC 1323 sensor.”

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