Not just a pretty face! Fastlane integrates with ‘Deep Learning’ AI facial recognition system to provide intelligent entrance control

22 Feb 2018

Until fairly recently, the use of biometrics in entrance control was typically reserved for those with bigger budgets and viewed as an enhanced security requirement for only the highest security applications. Now, biometric integration has become more commonplace, being used in corporate offices, educational institutions and healthcare facilities, to name just a few applications. To read more go to http://www.fastlane-turnstiles.com/press-releases/fastlane-entrance-control-facial-recognition-integration/

Until fairly recently, the use of biometrics in entrance control was typically reserved for those with bigger budgets and viewed as an enhanced security requirement for only the highest security applications. Now, biometric integration has become more commonplace, being used in corporate offices, educational institutions and healthcare facilities, to name just a few applications. To read more go to http://www.fastlane-turnstiles.com/press-releases/fastlane-entrance-control-facial-recognition-integration/

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Entrance Control for Different Environments
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Entrance Control for Different Environments

Over recent years, security has rapidly risen up the agenda due to increasing and constantly evolving threats. Organisations can help to minimise the risk to their business assets, people and customers by having suitable security measures in place, and access control is one key element in mitigating this threat. But, when it comes to entrance control, it’s not a case of one size fits all, as different businesses and buildings have unique security and aesthetic requirements. To read mroe go to http://www.fastlane-turnstiles.com/press-releases/entrance-control-different-environments/

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