Access-IT - Access Control Solution Access-IT is designed to permit access to locked buildings offices and other secured areas to selected individuals. PSI is targeting recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries, retail stores, and grow operations.
Profile W/R - Work Release Solution Application designed to track work release individuals from secure facilities. A security based administration software suite that can be used in Law enforcement environments. offers a customized layout that includes inmate or resident scheduling, complete booking and intake information, complete reporting capabilities to caseworkers or staff, a monitoring software suite for security officers to accept or deny or enters or exits a facility.
CannaVend - OEM vending solution targeting the cannabis industry. (currently in development)
Profile Tracker Airline and transportation monitoring system for cargo, transport, check-in, and reporting.
Patent # - 7,424,618
Biometric access control and time and attendance network including configurable system-on-chip (CSOC) processors with embedded programmable logic
A biometric access control and time and attendance system comprises an integrated network including one or more remote access devices in electronic communication with a computer database. Each remote access device comprises a silicon chip based system and preferably includes a biometric input device, a liquid crystal display (LCD), computer processing capabilities based on embedded system architecture with configurable system-on-chip (CSOC) technology, and an electrical output for controlling a door lock or the like. The use of CSOC architecture in lieu of conventional personal computer technology (e.g. mother boards, hard drives, video controllers and the like) allows for a more compact and cost efficient design. A plurality of remote access devices is configured for communication with a primary computer database wherein data corresponding to biometric samples for all authorized users is stored. In an embodiment wherein the biometric input devices comprise fingerprint scanners, the devices are configured to facilitate fingerprint identification by incorporating an auto-targeting capability that enables the user to simply place his or her finger on the fingerprint scanner whereafter the system adjusts the scanned image by automatically shifting the scanned image data to a properly targeted position thereby enabling the system compare the scanned print to the biometric samples in the system's data storage memory. Auto-targeting capability eliminates the requirement for manual targeting present in systems of the background art thereby improving system performance and minimizing reliance on human interaction. The present invention contemplates the use of auto-targeting with other biometric systems, such as facial recognition and/or retinal scanning systems, or any other biometric identification technology.