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FST Biometrics, the Israeli visual identification product company, will show at next week’s ISC West exhibition in the United States strategic elements of IMID Access 4.0, a new biometric visual identification product. The makers say it’s incorporating deep learning to enhance flexibility, accuracy, fraud prevention and user experience.
IMID Access 4.0, commercially available this month, uses a fusion of biometrics-based technologies for applications including access control, employee time-and-attendance and retail consumer experience.
Arie Melamed, chief marketing officer of FST Biometrics said: “The customer relationships we’ve developed with our existing visual identification platform have helped us to take our technology to a new level. We believe 4.0 will be the global standard for visual identification solutions. Adding deep learning algorithms to our product offerings will mean unparalleled accuracy, application flexibility and a seamless experience for customers and users alike.”
Using FST’s visual identification technology, IMID Access can be used the manufacturer says in low light, 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, it’s claimed. As for fraudulent use, IMID 4.0 has built-in fraud detection to prevent attempts at using pictures; an unauthorised user cannot gain access by presenting a still photo of an authorized user as his/her own face, the company adds.
FST Biometrics will be showcasing at ISC West (booth #24103) in Las Vegas, from April 5 to 7.