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NEC to feature multi-modal biometric immigration gate at INTERPOL World 2019


NEC will be participating in INTERPOL World 2019 next week in Singapore showcasing a variety of NEC public safety solutions for law enforcement and government organizations and participating in panel discussions to share insights on the future of biometrics and immigration control as part of the INTERPOL World Co-Creation Labs program.

According to the announcement, NEC is exhibiting solutions for immigration control and border security including an in-vehicle facial recognition solution, a multi-modal biometric immigration gate that incorporates both face and iris recognition technologies and a mobile authentication service with liveness detection technology. The company is also featuring security solutions for critical infrastructure including its enhanced video analytics platform and optical fiber sensing technology to detect unauthorized access to regulated areas.

NEC will also demonstrate Control Room Solutions from APD Communications, which was acquired by NEC company Northgate Public Services, including an Integrated Communications Control System and Contact Record Management. APD provides solutions and technologies for approximately 70% of UK police forces and a range of countries worldwide.

Frost & Sullivan recently named NEC the 2019 Asia Pacific Biometrics Company of the Year noting that the company has emerged as a leader in the Asia-Pacific biometrics market with dominance in both public and private sector deployments.

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