Genie partners with FST Biometrics

3 Jun 2016

Genie partners with FST Biometrics, a leading supplier of In Motion Identification™ technology

Genie a leading manufacturer and distributor of CCTV and Access Control products to the security industry, today announced its partnership with FST Biometrics to offer the In Motion Identification™ solution in the UK.

In Motion Identification™ is the latest upcoming technology for seamless and non-invasive identification use for access control. In Motion Identification is using a unique fusion of facial recognition, behavioral analytics, and voice analytics. The technology is able to identify authorised individuals from a distance, and in-motion. There is no slowing down or stopping for the user, as the system provides a seamless access experience that is accurate, reliable and non-intrusive. It identifies authorised personnel quickly and efficiently, providing true, secure access, at the speed of life.

Using FST Biometrics’ core software, IMID Access, which serves as the backbone of In Motion Identification™, providing identity management and access control solutions, advanced visitor management, fraud detection, remote monitoring and much more.

“We are delighted to be partnering with FST Biometrics, This is a great opportunity for us to widen our Access Control product portfolio and implement this cutting edge technology into our upcoming projects.  We see a real benefit of this technology in Corporate Office Buildings, University Campuses, Data Centers and Stadiums and I hope we can demonstrate the benefits of this solution to our customers. ” Steve Baker CEO at Genie

“Genie have the ability and technical awareness to support and promote FST’s fully proven “in motion” identification system. They will provide an important strategic partnership for FST, which we are sure will become extremely successful” Arie Melamed Yekel Chief Marketing Officer at FST Biometrics.

Genie CCTV Ltd
T: 01707 330541

CCTV House, City Park
Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
United Kingdom

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