MorphoTrak sets up 3D facial recognition system at members-only club in Houston

November 18, 2013 - 

MorphoTrak has announced that it has deployed the Morpho 3D Face Reader throughout The Marque business social club in Houston, Texas.

At the exclusive, members-only club, Morpho’s facial recognition system will be used for access control to certain areas of the club.

The system uses a real-time three-dimensional analysis of the face to perform authentication and according to the company, only requires a glance.

“It’s all very James Bond—which is why we love it,” Keith Thompson, general manager of The Marque said. “The Marque can make the promise that ‘If the doors are not open… you always carry the key,’ with facial recognition technology from MorphoTrak.”

According to a recently-published report, the overall electronic access control systems market has recovered post recessions and is showing promising growth, owed largely to biometric projects. The overall market is set to reach $16.3 billion by 2017, growing at a CAGR of 7%. 

“Morpho is the most trusted provider of biometric readers for access control with proven success in more industries and environments than any other,” Daniel Vassy, President and CEO of MorphoTrak said. “The 3D Face Reader’s lightning-speed and hands-free operation is the perfect solution for the discerning members of The Marque.”

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