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Wellness center deploys FST’s IMID solution to manage member identification

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Wellness center deploys FST’s IMID solution to manage member identification
 

FST Biometrics‘ In Motion Identification (IMID) Access technology has been successfully deployed at the HydroLife Health and Rehabilitation Center, one of the largest health establishments in southern Israel.

“With so many people entering the facility daily, including many non-members who support members with disabilities, or parents dropping off and picking up children, we knew we needed a strong, yet convenient solution for managing member identification,” explained Vered Libstein, CEO of the HydroLife Center. “FST’s IMID Access system works reliably and smoothly, and is a great fit for our facility.”

The IMID Access solution was installed at the entrance to the facility and incorporated into existing turnstiles. The system was also integrated with HydroLife’s cloud-based membership management system. According to a company statement, registered users are identified and granted access almost instantaneously, with each entry taking less than two seconds as authorized users walk through the turnstile. New member registration takes less than one minute per user.

“The Hydrolife Center is exactly the type of facility meant to utilize IMID Access,” commented Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics. “We are confident that more sports and health facilities will adopt this easy-to-use, touch-free system to not only better manage identification and access for members and staff, but also to free up staff’s time to better serve members and visitors to the center.”

FST Biometrics was recently acknowledged for its IMID Access 4.0 product in the 2017 Security Industry Association (SIA) New Product Showcase during ISC West and in Security Today’s Govies awards program.

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