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Tensor featuring facial recognition and access control solutions at International Security Expo 2018


UK-based Tensor plc and partner Herta Security will together exhibit security, facial recognition and access control solutions later this month at International Security Expo 2018.

The International Security Expo was formerly the UK Security Expo and showcases more than 1,000 security products from 350 exhibitors to the 12,500 international security stakeholders from government, CNI, law enforcement, military, major events, transport and borders, cybersecurity, facilities and public and private sectors.

Tensor is a UK designer, manufacturer, installer and systems integrator of smart card and biometrics-based access control, visitor monitoring and time management systems which include evacuation reporting, duty management, mobile applications and energy management. Tensor is an ISO 9001:2008 & NSI NACCOS Gold approved company, a British Security Industry Association member and a ‘Secure by Design’ licensed company.

In September Tensor announced an agreement with HYnet Solution that will see Tensor products distributed across Sri Lanka.

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