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Biometric Visual Identification Solution - FST Biometrics - Facility Management Product Release
IMID Access 4.0 biometric visual identification solution uses a fusion of biometrics-based technologies for a robust list of identification-oriented applications, including access control, employee time-and-attendance and retail consumer experience.
Utilizing FST’s visual identification technology, IMID Access can be implemented in low light environments, is equipped to overcome fraud attempts and employs long-term enrollment. Users can be identified in-motion in as low as 50 lux of light and built-in fraud detection capabilities prevent attempts of using pictures. An unauthorized user cannot gain access by presenting a still photo of an authorized user as his/her own face.
The solution also resolves the industry challenge of face template aging after an average of six years.
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