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Face Recognition Access Control Software

Face recognition demo's access control solution is developed around facial recognition. Automated access control helps to grant access as easily as taking a selfie and ensures that only authorized people can enter.

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Office Buildings access control software can be seamlessly integrated into various aspects of office building operations, including controlling access to entrances, exits, and restricted areas to prevent unauthorized entry. It also simplifies employee access tracking and verifies work hours. Plus, access control software enhances security by restricting access to employee areas such as break rooms, locker rooms, and sensitive storage areas, protecting sensitive information and safeguarding company assets from theft.
Government and Law Enforcement
Facial recognition technology is gaining widespread adoption among government agencies and law enforcement organizations. Its versatility extends across various applications, including controlling access to sensitive government and law enforcement facilities, identifying suspects with precision in criminal investigations, identifying missing persons, monitoring public gatherings for potential threats, and detecting suspicious activity.
Facial recognition technology offers a streamlined and secure solution for managing access to public spaces, including government buildings, schools, and universities. By implementing facial recognition access control systems, organizations can effectively monitor crowds to identify potential threats, control access and prevent unauthorized entry.
Public Institutions
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How It Works

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In the first step, an individual captures a selfie and submits it to the system. The selfie is then securely stored in the system's database.
When an individual approaches the access point (door, gate, etc.), the camera scans the face again. The system compares the biometric templates and verifies liveness. Facial features are extracted, and a new face template is generated. The new template is then compared to all stored templates in the database.
If the new template closely matches an authorized template, access is granted. If there is no close match, access is denied, and an alert may be triggered depending on the system settings.
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Access Control Software Benefits

According to the Ponemon Institute study, 90% of employees prefer facial recognition access for its convenience and ease of use.

$4.24 million

The average cost of a data breach in the US is a staggering $4.24 million, according to IBM Security. Facial recognition can significantly reduce the risk of unauthorized access.


A study published in the Journal of Security and Privacy reported a 50% decrease in unauthorized access attempts and security breaches after implementing facial recognition in commercial buildings.

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