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FaceKey Device featured in ‘Man on a Ledge’

Summit Entertainment, LLC did their homework. When they wanted a biometric device for their movie ‘Man on a Ledge’, they wanted a device that would really work, and was not just a mock up, or faked version of a security access control device.  FaceKey’s Infra-red facial recognition device was a perfect solution.  Movie set lights are […]

Biometrics Is Not New!

Drawings made by cave men show a palm print identifier.  The Chinese used palm and footprints five hundred years ago.  Skull measurements and lengths of fingers were used as early as the 19 th century to identify criminals.  Some say that the fingerprint or face is different for each person. These ancient uses required a […]

FaceKey Biometric Access Control Reduces Customer Costs and Increases Integrator Profits

Cost and the level of security access control are always of key importance to customers.  FaceKey’s biometric access control products offer integrators a new solution:  a higher level of security and cost savings for customers and larger profit margins for integrators.  The design of the system reduces costs for both the customer and the integrator. […]

United Security Alliance, Tampa, FL likes FaceKey’s Biometric Products

Under the vision and direction of President Terry Ottinger, United Security Alliance (usasolutions.com) has created comprehensive turnkey programs nationwide that have withstood the test of time since 1985.  Based in Tampa, FL, Terry is a believer in training for personnel, using the best technology, to provide  a turnkey solution that includes design, installation, service, and support. […]

Biometrics: Knowing “WHO” Matters

Biometric technologies increase security, reduce risk and make us safer because knowing “who” matters if you are really serious about safety and security. Commonly thought to be new technology, biometrics was used as early as 30,000 years ago, when authors of paintings on cave walls left their signature handprints to identify themselves.  In 1891  fingerprints […]

Who Says Biometrics don’t Work Outdoors

Who says that biometrics doesn’t work outdoors.  During a recent visit to Dallas, FaceKey visited with an early customer to check out the performance of its EntryGuard Access Control unit. Roy Marin with Wunderlich-Malec Systems Inc., was happy to show us how the product still works despite the severe weather in the Dallas area.  This […]

Hotel Locks Completely Vulnerable

When you lock your hotel door, you assume both you and your belongings are safe, but thieves have developed a simple device that can unlock hotel doors in potentially millions of rooms. NBC’s Jeff Rossen investigates. This is a very real crisis…worldwide.  Click here to read the story in its entirety. What do you think? Email […]

FaceKey and Choice Partners Helps the Harris County DoE

Harris County Department of Education decided to make purchasing even easier for its members.  Combining all contract procurement services for facilities, food, supplies and services the newly formed CHOICE PARTNERS will make it easier for client members to access the contracts they need.  Of course, FaceKey is an important vendor member, and offers its products […]

FaceKey Marketplace Creates Geekdom Check-in

Thanks to a summer internship by Trinity University student Ralph Minderhoud, FaceKey Corporation created a unique and convenient method for Geekdom members to check in and let other members know they are present.  By utlizing FaceKey’s FKFP-Pro facial recognition and fingerprint scan device coupled with the FaceKey Marketplace application, Geekdom members simply walk up to […]