Facial Recognition



In recent years, facial recognition technology has evolved and advanced at an astonishing rate, fueling wholesale changes in a wide range of industries, including travel, hospitality, and retail, just to name a few.

This next-generation technology has had an especially outsized impact on the commercial aviation industry, where facial biometrics is being adopted at a hurried pace by airlines and airports across the world.



As airlines and airports continue to expand their use of facial biometrics, states and cities across the country—as well as the federal government—are attempting to enact strict laws regulating the use of this technology by commercial entities. Facial recognition has also recently emerged as an increasingly-popular target for bet-the-company privacy class action litigation.




The facial recognition systems offered by BBx ID Solutions also work with infrared, as with a user recognition at night or in the dark. New in the program are also terminals that have a face mask recognition and / or can also measure the temperature of the user.

Of course, SDKs exist for the systems for integration, complete software for access / time recording / visitor management etc.



Picture: Tempsafe.

Pass Management Temperature Screening Kiosk with Face Recognition

Picture: Invixium

Multipurpose device with face recognition, fingerprint and finger vein biometric modalities for access control and workforce management. As part of Invixium’s COVID-19 solution, this reader supports completely touchless face recognition while wearing a mask and mask detection without compromising its signature throughput of 15-18 faces per minute or rugged all-aluminum construction.