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Precise Biometrics’ facial recognition solution integrated with RCO Security access control system

 

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Swedish security system manufacturer RCO Security has chosen to integrate Precise Biometrics’ biometric identity verification product for access management with its access control system, the company announced.

“We are pleased to have entered into a partnership with RCO, which has a very strong market position in the Nordic region,” said Precise Biometrics CEO, Stefan K. Persson, in a prepared statement. “During 2020, we have taken large steps in the development and commercialization of YOUNiQ. This collaboration represents an important milestone as we now enter the next phase, to scale up and launch the product widely in the Nordic market.”

Precise YOUNiQ – Access combines biometric facial recognition with access control systems to boost security access to different facilities. It leverages artificial intelligence to analyze a user’s unique facial features and confirm identity. Following the partnership between the two companies, the product has already been deployed at RCO’s head office in Järfälla, a suburb of Stockholm.

“At a time when digitalization permeates all forms of industries and their solutions, it is important to be at the forefront and be able to offer our customers smart solutions with high security and excellent user experience,” said Christian Lund, Customer Experience Director at RCO Security, in a prepared statement. “Through the collaboration with Precise, we can now complement our already strong product range with a product that is timely and appropriate.”

Precise Biometrics recently announced its revenue is up over 80 percent for the first half of 2020.

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