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Biometrics Experts Attend Two Major Events in London

Human Recognition Systems : 08 September, 2011  (Company News)
Human Recognition System will be attending the Defence and Security Equipment Internation and Transport Security Expo events taking place in London during this month
Biometrics Experts Attend Two Major Events in London
Human Recognition Systems (HRS) will be exhibiting their recently launched multi-modal biometric technology platform, 'MForce' at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEi) event at ExCeL, London between 13 – 16 September.

MForce is designed for organisations that operate in remote, difficult or temporary environments  and need to manage identities and gather intelligence.  The system is configurable and provides considerable functionality including biographic and biometric data capture, latent fingerprint capture and searching  skills, location and asset tracking.

Launched at National Security 2011 this summer and having received considerable attention, MForce will now be on show to over 25,000 attendees at DSEi who have security and positive identification at the heart of what they need to achieve.

MForce is the most comprehensive biometric system in a single multi-functional package, combining positive identification with portability.

“We are pleased to be attending this high profile, international event to demonstrate our latest technology to the security industry. MForce is a highly portable multi-modal biometrics system combining finger, face, iris and DNA in a secure, easy-to-operate identification platform,” said Neil Norman, chief executive at HRS.

“MForce is integrated with the latest portable and handheld components, which support clients whether they're on patrol, in a temporary camp or forward operating position,” he continued.

“Additionally, it offers a plug and play versatility that no single biometric vendor can offer. This allows clients to select the right biometric device for their operation knowing that data can be synchronised and centrally managed regardless of the equipment used.”

HRS has been able to develop MForce due to its practical, hands-on deployment experience and knowledge gained in delivering rugged, mobile biometric systems for the military and other agencies operating in difficult environments. The MForce team also includes in-theatre experienced professionals and translation staff ready to perform data collection and identifications services.

Delegates attending the exhibition can see MForce demonstrations at the Human Recognition Systems exhibition stand S6-172. People may wish to discuss the returns on investment when it's deployed to facilitate projects in challenging environments – or other biometric questions – with business development manager, Lee Hannis. Special requirements for one-to-one consultations can also be arranged during – and outside of – the conference by emailing Lee on or calling him on 0151 254 2888.

The company will also be attending the Transport Security Expo (TRANSEC) event in Olympia, London between 13 - 14 September.

Jim Slevin, aviation business unit manager for HRS, will speak on the first day's workshop programme about 'Identity Solutions Enhancing Security and Improving Operational Performance'. He will demonstrate how the suite of MFlow products provide substantial returns on investment to aviation clients wanting to increase airport security while optimising operational infrastructure and improving passenger experience.

“This presentation will introduce the audience to the security and business possibilities of biometric deployments in aviation settings. How, for example, MFlow Exit Lanes can prevent anti back-tracking, (as at Manchester and Newcastle airports), and MFlow Track can speed up the security process while increasing levels of accuracy thanks to multi-modal biometrics, which combine face and iris,” explains Jim.

One of the HRS case studies will cover the requirements of the UK Border Agency (UKBA): for the reconciliation of passengers through a common departure lounge while simultaneously providing an automated solution to reduce airport manpower requirements.

“In this case,” says Jim, “HRS provided a solution to meet the airport and its stakeholders' exacting standards by deploying MFlow Track, which is integrated with MFlow Journey to provide accurate business intelligence and security queue measurement allowing more effective decisions to be made about the required volume of staff.”

Audience members keen to learn about emerging trends will be fascinated by Jim's closing remarks, which will assess the very real probability of ticketless travel. What will this look like? What needs to be achieved to create an excellent passenger experience without risking security levels?

“We firmly believe that there is realistic scope for introducing a single check for travel combined with multi-modal biometric security processes (including check-in and bag drop) , which would displace tickets for the majority of people to create a seamless but much more secure travel experience,” explains Jim.

“And from the business perspective, this would lead to increased profitability having reduced unnecessary expenditure.”
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