Facial Recognition as a Credential Case Study

Building owners and managers have a duty to protect their tenants from physical harm and from theft of property, assets, and data. Commercial building owners and managers have relied on traditional security methods, namely guard stations, barriers, and access control points to grant access only to people authorized to be in the building. These are proven methods and perform well in many applications, but rely on physical credentials to identify a person and then take an appropriate action. These systems take time - people fumbling to find their access cards, which increases entry wait times, and adds to tenant's frustrations. A large Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) company that owns and manages buildings in major cities across the United States recognized the need to improve the process of admitting authorized personnel. The company understood that a frictionless access control system that did not rely on physical credentials could offer tenants a state-of-the art, high-level security system that also delivered convenience and shorter wait times......

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