Human Recognition Systems to exhibit at UK biometrics event

October 18, 2012 - 

Human Recognition Systems has announced that it will exhibit at this year’s Biometrics 2012 Exhibition between October 29 to 31, at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London.

Human Recognition Systems will be showcasing its range of portable biometric platforms, in conjunction with their facial recognition products such as MForce and the award winning MFlow Journey at this year’s event.

MForce delivers a variety of identity and asset management services and has been used by security forces and governmental organizations around the world for tasks such as, criminal identification and registration, distribution of aid, disaster victim identification, payroll and latent fingerprint imaging.

Human Recognition Systems was recently awarded the Intellect Innovation Award at SSA 2012 for its ‘game changing’ facial recognition technology platform, MFlow Journey, which is currently deployed within major UK airports such as Gatwick and London City. The ground-breaking system is primarily used to track and manage people flow through airports in order to facilitate passenger journey and queue measurement information.

As a world leader in the deployment of premium biometric identification solutions, Human Recognition Systems’ team of experts will be on hand to discuss their entire range of biometric technology products at this year’s event. Company staff will be the exhibit hall and will also host industry presentations and workshops.

Biometrics 2012 is often considered the leading international event for the biometrics industry and as the largest independent biometric technology company in the U.K. it is fitting that Human Recognition Systems will be showcasing their market leading biometric solutions. The company’s display will be located at booth F125 in the exhibit hall.

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