Have you missed networking and social events?. Recently, we participated in a virtual trade show. You ask “What did that look like?”.
FaceKey™ invites you to attend the Virtual San Antonio Manufacturers Association Trade Show and Conference. Keynote speakers will discuss key topics of the day: reshoring, workforce and sales and marketing. For more info check out https://sama-tx.org/trade-show/. FaceKey™ will exhibit its latest face and fingerprint recognition access control products and systems. We will be able to […]
FaceKey resolves that we will provide you products that are cost effective and will keep you safe.
Finally, there is light at the end of the 2020 tunnel as promising COVID-19 vaccines become available. Some of us have worked at home, some of us have risked our lives to help others and some of us were not sure what we should do to keep our families safe. Others worked at their regular […]
The field of biometrics may sound modern and sophisticated, but it has been around for several hundred years. Here’s a look at some of the most well-known incidences of biometrics in history.
FaceKey TimeKeeper has gone digital. Employees can log in or out on biometric time clocks, or on their laptop, smart phone, or computer. It’s all in the cloud.
Biometic Based Access Control is the First Line of Defense in Cybersecurity. Consider Face or Fingerprint Recognition in Your Plan of “How to Control Who & When Key Areas Can be Accessed”.
Access control is the first line of defense in reducing the risk of intentional adulteration and is a major component within a sound facility security plan for food manufacturers.
What is the best way to keep people safe as business reopens and how do we take care of our customers and employees in our facilities?
Biometric Access Control of 2020 has many advantages over card access control systems and today face recognition can help reduce the need to touch surfaces.
In these pandemic times, the health and safety of all is a top concern. FaceKey’s Safe Touch-Free Access System will reduce the need to touch doors, keypads, door handles and cards to gain access.