Sequiam Rolls Out Biometric Security Kit
Sequiam, through its wholly owned subsidiary Sequiam Biometrics, unveiled its biometric security original equipment manufacture (OEM) kit at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Jan. 5-8. The product, SUBI (Sequiam Universal Biometric Interface), was developed in partnership with Massachusetts-based Analog Devices.
The Sequiam Biometric OEM kit will allow any manufacturer to add biometric access to existing product lines. It features Analog Devices’ Blackfin digital signal processing (DSP) as well as software development tools allowing easier manufacturer integration. The first OEM kit in the product line, SUBI features storage of up to 50 fingerprints and can run stand-alone or communicate through a serial interface. The system can actuate relays in devices such as safes, medical cabinets and electronic equipment. Anything that previously required a key, card, or PIN can be fitted with the OEM kit during the manufacturing process. The product is expected to ship during the first quarter of 2006.
NetRegulus Expands Compliance Offerings
NetRegulus, a provider of enterprise compliance software for regulated industries, last week announced the availability of its newest offerings, Study Administrator, Study Data Manager and Case Report Form (CRF) Administrator, within its Study Application suite of products. These products are the latest in a series of modules being delivered as a part of the NetRegulus NetRM Software Solution, first announced last October. The NetRegulus NetRM Enterprise Study and Quality Solutions are web-based and represent what the company calls a leap forward in regulatory data management due to its unique common data model and integrated modular application architecture. The system is designed to help customers reduce time-to-market, allowing the client to create study-specific configurations that support their unique business processes while minimizing the system’s total cost of ownership.
Building on seven years of direct customer experience providing study solutions, including clinical, registry and post-market surveillance, these modules enable customers to create and manage electronic data capture, paper or hybrid studies from any location across the globe. The study modules support standard and ad hoc reporting, multilingual deployment, and enable access to data within a single study or across multiple studies. Clients can also access relevant data from both study and quality applications enabling an end-to-end view of pre-market and post-market product information.
The three new modules can be purchased separately or in a bundle and leverage an underlying configurable workflow and alerting capability to help study managers track the progress and results of one or more studies.