Clients

Our clients are our best resource for developing applications that work. They drive the direction the technology goes to answer their specific needs and requirements. These are a representitive sample covering a wide range of requirements. 

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

CHU Saint-Justine wanted to  match their staff using the hospital cafeteria with their activity. HotKeyID captures  in real time their identity and passes it to the billing, nutrition and wellness program 

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

Glovis maintains a car processing center for imported vehicles. With a workforce of 400 they wanted to  verify on-time arrival and departure. ePortPass solved the problem by replacing an open gate with a turnstile fitted with palm vein scanners. 

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

The Philadelphia Regional Port Authority wanted to provide a key customer with a better access control system to protect the clients assets. ePortPass was installed at turnstiles and gate entrances and fixed the problem.

The Philadelphia International Airport, a category X airport wanted a way to verify identity of workers and vendors on the tarmac. ePortPass solved the problem with mobile units that verified identity in real time.

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

Einstein wanted the ability to rapidly identify patients in the ED and match them to the right record in their Electronic Health Records to avoid medical overlaps and overlays.  HotKeyID gave them that ability with no expensive integration

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

Midland Glass is a commercial glazing contractor of high quality glass products. They wanted a way to capture employee time on the shop floor and at the office. PalmClock provided that ability 

Edens runs a fleet maintenance center for a major US City. They wanted a system to cover several departments and have accurate records automatically update their payroll system. PalmClock solved the problem

Palm Vein Scan biometric identity

Disaster Relief Logistics is a global humanitarian organization.

Their work is really important helping people during disasters. During the Tacloban disaster we donated HotKeyID to use as a field tool to help identify patients