Free Newsletter
Register for our Free Newsletters
Newsletter
Zones
Access Control
LeftNav
Alarms
LeftNav
Biometrics
LeftNav
Detection
LeftNav
Deutsche Zone (German Zone)
LeftNav
Education, Training and Professional Services
LeftNav
Government Programmes
LeftNav
Guarding, Equipment and Enforcement
LeftNav
Industrial Computing Security
LeftNav
IT Security
LeftNav
Physical Security
LeftNav
Surveillance
LeftNav
View All
Other Carouselweb publications
Carousel Web
Defense File
New Materials
Pro Health Zone
Pro Manufacturing Zone
Pro Security Zone
Web Lec
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
 
News

HRS focuses on Iris recognition at Biometrics 2009

Human Recognition Systems : 02 October, 2009  (New Product)
The Biometrics 2009 event in London will see Human Recognition Systems specialist speak about the challenges faced while deploying iris enrolment systems in large commercial environments
Human Recognition Systems (HRS) - a specialist biometric and identity management consultancy - will be exhibiting at Biometrics 2009 in London's Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, stand 205.

HRS has a long track record working with airports and Jim Slevin, the company's aviation specialist, will be speaking (21 October, 4.10pm in the Elizabeth Windsor Room) on the challenges of iris enrolment in large commercial environments.

He will discuss the key elements that need to be considered to ensure a problem-free enrolment, how to address 'failure to enrol' and 'failure acquire', as well as reviewing the latest advances in technology - including iris at a distance.

The HRS team will be demonstrating the latest advances in iris biometric applications - this unobtrusive form of biometric capture and identification is ideal for use in a wide range of applications, including airports, border control, transportation infrastructure and heavily populated areas or events.

Mobile biometrics will also be showcased on the stand - the technology is already being used on the battlefield and in border protection to significantly reduce the risk of terrorism - and experts from HRS will show how perimeter security can be improved using Video Analytics combined with thermal imaging.

HRS is behind some of the UK's most important biometric and identity technology projects, including Manchester Airport's staff access control - a UK first

The company also works with the MoD, the British Airports Authority and the UK's largest construction, retail and financial services companies - consulting, designing and implementing major biometric and identity management programmes.

Bookmark and Share
 
Home I Editor's Blog I News by Zone I News by Date I News by Category I Special Reports I Directory I Events I Advertise I Submit Your News I About Us I Guides
 
   © 2012 ProSecurityZone.com
Netgains Logo