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The Hungarian security company, BioSec Group Ltd is attending a stadium industry event with Fujitsu. The companies will exhibit at the Arena Summit in Germany, on November 20 and 21. They will demonstrate their stadium security concept based on palm vein recognition.
BioSec’s stadium security and service solution package, the StadiumGuard, will be demonstrated in an interactive way, for visitors can learn more. According to the exhibitors, the system provides a zero tolerance concept for football violence. StadiumGuard is described by the firms as the last brick in the line of technologies to be able to create really personalised tickets, keeping banned people outside the stadium. Using the technology, family-friendly stadiums can be created, literally with the wave of the hand with palm vein recognition-based biometric personal authentication. By using the system, visitors can access the stadium by hovering their hands above the vein scanner, which provides authentication under a second, it’s claimed. According to BioSec Group CEO, Péter Györgydeák, “Violence-free sports events and family-friendly stadiums are not magic. It is “just” technology.”
The companies will be at booth number 4 at the Commerzbank-Arena Frankfurt. Visit https://www.arena-summit.de/.
Event speakers include Henk Markerink, CEO of the AmsterdamArena; and Steve Schwenkglenks, General Manager, Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg.