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Create trusted, seamless access control experiences with visual AI: a how-to guide

Create trusted, seamless access control experiences with visual AI: a how-to guide
 

Incorporating biometric technology into your access control system can solve some of these challenges, and it’s likely that you’ve done your research and product comparison on the various biometric solutions that exist in the market. There are a few options to consider, including fingerprint or iris scanning, voice detection, and – most prominently – face recognition.

In this eBook by Oosto we will dive deep into the 4-step process of implementing visually intelligent access control and how visual intelligence not only solves major challenges, but also offers a number of additional benefits.

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