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Precise Biometrics wins first commercial client for YOUNiQ facial recognition access control

Precise Biometrics wins first commercial client for YOUNiQ facial recognition access control

Solar technology innovator Exeger has selected physical access control technology from Precise Biometrics to provide convenient yet secure entry for employees and visitors to its offices and restricted facilities.

Precise YOUNiQ will be installed by NVSS Security AB to integrate facial recognition with the door access system, with completion expected in March 2020.

“Precise is a top innovator in its field and it is therefore satisfying that one of Swedens most innovative company has decided to use our biometric facility access solution to onboard their employees and visitors to their premises. I look forward to installing our product, which I’m certain will bring value to Exeger by increasing security and convenience for employees so they can fully focus on developing their groundbreaking solar cell technology,” comments Precise Biometrics CEO Stefan K. Persson.

Exeger makes printable solar cells for consumer electronics, smart homes and other applications.

Access control is an area of increasing focus for Precise Biometrics, as part of its strategic shift of moving closer to customers. The company launched YOUNiQ in August, added passive liveness detection capabilities to the offering in November, and revealed Innovatrics as its facial recognition partner in December. Exeger is the first commercial customer to install Precise YOUNiQ, and the company is ramping up commercialization of the access control solution.

“Exeger always prefer to collaborate with companies that are world-leading in its fields,” states Giovanni Fili, CEO of Exeger. “I’m impressed with Precise and the solution they are offering. We now will be able to skip all tags and keys needed today to enter our premises and replace it with a more convenient and secure process to make sure that the people in the building are the ones that should have access.”

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