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At eConnect, facial recognition is the process of identifying or verifying the identity of a person using their face and is considered to be the most natural of all biometric measurements. It captures, analyzes and compares patterns based on the person’s facial details. The facial recognition system employs patented technology to provide operators with accurate facial identification reinforced with data analytics to stop financial crimes, detect unwanted patrons, recognize valued guests, and improve operational efficiency. This unique solution integrates with all major gaming systems and works with existing video management systems.

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Temperature monitoring systems with contactless biometrics continue to roll out worldwide

Access control technologies, often with biometric facial recognition capabilities, continue to be upgraded with body temperature scanning sensors to meet…

Jun 5, 2020

New safe work temperature screening solutions launched by Trueface, ZKTeco, LLVision and eConnect

Trueface has partnered with iryx to develop technology for contactless, passive real-time biometric facial recognition and elevated body temperature detection to…

Apr 9, 2020

eConnect upgrades biometric facial recognition engine in hospitality tech platform

eConnect has released a new version of its gaming and hospitality technology platform with biometric facial recognition upgrades to speed…

Oct 28, 2019

Broad facial recognition adoption shows growing comfort in market

New companies, pilots, and services leveraging biometric facial recognition for a wide variety of use cases in the retail, healthcare,…

Jul 19, 2019

Facial biometrics opportunities shown as tech applied to diverse use cases

Biometric facial recognition continues to proliferate, with a new deployment at a soccer stadium in Denmark, a new casino tracking…

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