ISS (Intelligent Security Systems), a developer of video management and analytics, integrate the SecurOS™ FaceX facial recognition system to provide face-as-a-credential to the access control system, using existing hardware components for cost containment and personnel throughput while blending into the building’s aesthetics
SecurOS™ FaceX seamlessly integrates with Access Control Systems (ACS) allowing a person’s face to be their credential, creating a frictionless/hands-free access solution. The face could also be combined with other credentials for multifactor authentication. Anti-spoofing technology checks for face liveness, and ensures that printed photos or images from mobile devices will be flagged. For convenience and cost savings, the video server CPU performs all neural network processes without the need of special GPU cards. Click here for more information.
Typical electronic access control systems utilize physical credentials like proximity cards, keyfobs, phones with Bluetooth enabled, or biometric readers for fingerprint, retina scan, and hand geometry. In each case, these methods take time as authorized personnel try to locate their credential or utilize inherently slow technologies. The loss of physical entry devices, due to carelessness or theft, is a constant problem that poses a security risk and adds hassle and an increased management load.
The unique ISS approach includes standard, off-the-shelf cameras and computers to minimize the investment, repurpose and/or leverage existing infrastructure, maintain building aesthetics, and eliminate labor hours related to user enrollment and credential management.