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Biometric Supplier attends AOA conference

Human Recognition Systems : 23 November, 2009  (Company News)
Behind many airport project implementations of biometric technology, Human Recognition Systems is attending the Airport Operators Association conference this year in London
Human Recognition Systems (HRS) is exhibiting at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) annual conference and exhibition 2009, 7-8 December at the London Hilton Metropole hotel.

HRS is behind some of the UK's most important biometric and identity technology projects, including Manchester Airport's biometric staff access scheme. Now mandatory for all staff working airside it is a UK first.

The company has a proven track record in the aviation sector working on a wide range of projects for Manchester Airport, BAA, Newcastle and Liverpool John Lennon airports.

The team will be showcasing the latest advances in 'at a distance' iris biometric technology, showing how this unobtrusive form of biometric capture and identification is ideal for mass iris recognition in airports.

Areas of the stand will be dedicated to thermal imaging and Video Analytics and how they can be used to improve passenger flow and for perimeter protection, as well as handheld mobile biometric devices that have been developed specifically for the aviation sector by incorporating fingerprint, card and passport reader technology.

HRS will also demonstrate videos of their latest portfolio of branded airport solutions. MFlow - a number of solutions that improve the passenger flow through airports; and MSecure - optimising security at critical areas across the airport.

The company, which recently won a prestigious international Frost and Sullivan award and reached the finals of the Orange National Business Awards, has also continued to demonstrate its commitment to best practice by making a significant contribution to the development of the biometrics industry's first National Occupational Standards.

Aviation Business Consultant, Jim Slevin said: "Airports have long been a target for terrorism and organised crime and recent high profile incidents have only served to highlight this. The aviation sector is under increasing pressure to improve security, while also hitting efficiency targets.

"Biometric technology and Video Analytics allow us to identify, detect and track both people and objects, and while they're not always a complete replacement for security officers, they do permit staff to be deployed to more appropriate areas of the operation and act as vital human aid tools."

HRS also works with the Ministry of Defence and some of the UK's largest construction, retail and financial services companies - consulting, designing and implementing major biometric and identity management programmes.
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