FST Biometrics IMID technology deployed at Dutch museum

November 11, 2015 - 

FST Biometrics announced that the Netherlands-based museum, ICER Innovation Center, has deployed its In Motion Identification (IMID) technology.

The innovation and technology museum chose to implement FST Biometrics’ biometric identification as a demonstration of its own innovation, providing museum visitors with a customized, informative experience.

FST Biometrics’ IMID technology combines facial recognition with body behavior biometric analytics technologies, providing a non-invasive and highly secure system.

ICER selected FST Biometrics’ IMID system for its intuitive and easy-to-use technology, demonstrating to museum visitors how innovation can affect their lives.

Supported by Ensura Solutions BV, FST installed 15 IMID checkpoints throughout the museum.

Visitors can register as users at the beginning of a museum tour, and when they pass through the interactive checkpoints, they learn insightful and personalized information about the exhibits.

“We are privileged to have this wonderful opportunity to showcase our technology, and are particularly proud that the King and Queen of the Netherlands were among the first users of our system when they visited the museum,” said Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics. “Visitors might think our technology comes from ‘Tomorrowland,’ but this implementation is representative of how our technology is being applied today in the real world, by companies, schools, and global centers of business.”

There have been more than 14,000 visitors, to date, at the ICER Innovation Center, each of whom has had the option to tour the museum using FST Biometrics’ IMID technology.

Previously reported, FST Biometrics released In Motion Identification (IMID) Access version 3.0.7, which simplifies administration and improves the overall user experience.

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