Israel's FST Biometrics has released a new version of its secure access solution, IMID Access, saying enhancements added to the product will result in easier administration of the system and improve the product's user experience.The firm's In Motion Identification (IMID) system uses a combination of facial recognition and body behavior biometric analytics technologies.IMID Access version 3.0.7 features IMID Cast, which allows users more self-reliance and decreases the need for administrative and technical support, the firm noted in a statement.Meanwhile, IMID Cast includes a self-enrollment station, offering quick and independent enrollment to new users, and a feedback tablet that shortens entry time for users.The self-enrollment process allows new users to create their own biometric profile and immediately activate it, which permits use of the system without any waiting period. This action can be performed without any assistance or supervision from a system administrator.Feedback tablets situated next to access points provide users with real-time feedback from the system that shorten the learning curve of new users and enhances the overall users' experience.”This release demonstrates our conviction that advanced security systems should work for the user, and not the other way around,” said Ilan Krugliak, Product Manager of FST Biometrics. “The increased capabilities of IMID Access 3.0.7 continue to provide an unparalleled level of security. But just as importantly, the new version of the IMID system increases user self-reliance, creating a better experience both for the users accessing facilities on a daily basis and the staff managing the access control of the location. Our goal at FST Biometrics is for our technology to facilitate access, with effective security in place behind the scenes.”Additional enhancements of IMID Access 3.0.7 include integration with the Software House C·Cure access control system. Integration with the C·Cure infrastructure is seamless and will maintain network architecture, system configurations, and access-level settings.