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Contactless face biometrics access control pitched by Suprema for businesses, MVI for property management


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Trends towards contactless biometrics and mobile credentialing were recognized by Suprema prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, putting the company in a position to offer intelligent access control and time and attendance tracking solutions to help businesses maintain safety, according to an announcement.

The FaceStation 2 Smart Face Recognition Terminal and Suprema’s Mobile Access contactless credentialing solution can be implemented by businesses to perform highly accurate personal identification and authentication for secure, contactless operations, the company says.

Mobile Access eliminates the need for expensive access cards or proximity devices by making use of employee’s iOS and Android smartphones. Users tap their smartphone, which can remain in locked or “sleep” mode on an RFID reader.

The FaceStation 2 can perform up to 3,000 matches per second, stores up to 30,000 users, logs up to 50,000 images and 5 million text records, and provides biometric facial liveness detection with IR-based anti-spoofing technology. The terminal also features multi-band RF reading technology to support RFID standards for multi-modal credentialing if necessary, and provides an intuitive Android-based touchscreen LCD interface, according to Suprema.

“Suprema has been pioneering contactless access control solutions long before the COVID-19 pandemic and heightened market demand for safer and more secure access control solutions,” says Young S. Moon, CEO of Suprema Inc. “Our FaceStation 2 Smart Face Recognition Terminal and Mobile Access contactless solutions seamlessly integrate with our BioStar integrated security platform to deliver comprehensive functionality for the most demanding security and workforce management applications.”

Facial recognition door system launched by MVI and Brivo

My Video Intercom (MVI) has partnered with Brivo, which provides cloud-based smart building software, to launch a unified property management solution with biometric facial recognition.

MVI Systems Founder and CEO Samuel Taub claims that research shows 86 percent of New York’s millennial renters would pay up to 20 percent more to live in smart buildings. By integrating MVI’s KeyCom and MyKey solution suite with Brivo’s platform, the companies say they provide a secure system that gives property management professionals insights and data to make better decisions and operate more efficiently.

MyKey is an app for Android, iOS and PC that monitors building access, allowing property managers to communicate with residents and residents to manage visitors and package deliveries from anywhere.

“MVI offers seamless integration with Brivo and other industry-leading property management softwares, in order to provide enhanced functionality, monitoring capabilities, security, convenience, building maintenance tracking, and seamless building communication in real time,” Taub comments.

“MVI’s cloud-based platform has successfully captured more than 2 Million access events from over 15 thousand users, in thousands of apartment units nationwide. Using proprietary facial recognition methods, we are able to keep a photo and video log of who is actually coming and going at all times, as well as flagging all unauthorized guests and visitors.”

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