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.
Our face recognition access control systems enable touch-free access to safe rooms, for people with things in their hands, even dirty hands and sometimes just for convenience.
On May 14, 2019, San Francisco banned the use of facial recognition technology by police and other governmental agencies. The San Francisco police does not presently use facial recognition technology. FaceKey products do not have face recognition technology that can help law enforcement search databases of faces collected with or without the consent of the […]
“Come and Make It – In Texas ™”…South Central Texas Manufacturing Trade Show & Conference is 4 weeks away!!
The upcoming 19th Annual South-Central Texas Manufacturing Trade Show and Conference will be held on May 8th at the Freeman Coliseum Exposition Hall 10AM-5PM (Bexar County Community Arenas Hall B). Facekey will be a sponsor for the social hour held at 4:00PM! (BOOTH 425) Security systems with access control, finger and face recognition technology will […]
The big word for today is S-E-C-U-R-I-T-Y. We are all trying to figure out how to be more secure. Imagine being able to open your office door just by looking at your access control reader, without a card or keypad, when you are carrying a load of stuff. That is the job of face recognition […]
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 […]