Precise announced today that the company has entered into an agreement with SystemHouse Solutions AB for YOUNiQ, Precise’s product for touchless access. Following the collaboration, YOUNiQ has been successfully integrated with System House Solutions proprietary security platform Integra that controls the access privileges.
SystemHouse Solutions is the market-leading manufacturer of Integra, the intelligent access control and intrusion alarm system that enables companies to protect their staff and their properties. YOUNiQ will allow for new ways to interact with the access control system to provide convenient and secure identification. The technology behind the product is based on artificial intelligence that confirms the individual's identity through its unique facial features.
“The collaboration with SystemHouse is another milestone in the commercialization of YOUNiQ and in line with our strategy to partner with quality platform providers to increase our sales reach. Integra has the capacity to control and monitor large complex enterprises as well as smaller businesses and is a highly appreciated system among customers. Together with YOUNiQ it will be a perfect match for companies who wishes to simplify access for employees and visitors and enhance convenience and security”, said Stefan K. Persson, CEO of Precise.
“The integration between SystemHouse Solutions Integra system and Precise’s YOUNiQ provides the opportunity maintain access control administration within one system with instant updates of changes at the same time as opening up for a multitude of ways of identification”, said Jonas Ahlgren, sales manager at SystemHouse Solutions.
SystemHouse Solutions offers market-leading security solutions within intrusion alarm & access control and visitor systems. Integra is SystemHouse Solutions' proprietary platform for integrated security systems. With a focus on good user-friendliness, high reliability and modern functions, the Integra system makes everyday life easier for hundreds of thousands of users in more than 2,000 installations on the Scandinavian market.