Finding a face in a crowded arena

Face recognition has improved leaps and bounds in the last five years. From a technology once associated with science fiction to one derided by privacy advocates in the past, it has now emerged to play an important part in how cities deter crime, guard against terrorist attacks and generally improve the quality of urban life.

Stadiums where thousands of people regularly congregate for a football match or live concert are now benefitting from face recognition. Large events, for example, a golfing tournament, could have security tightened and VIP access granted more easily at the same time, thanks to face recognition.

This whitepaper seeks to discuss the challenges facing stadium owners and organisers of large events, and to explore how face recognition can help solve many of these issues. It also sets out to showcase two organisations that have adopted face recognition and transformed their operations.

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