Yes! Existing Cameras Can Support FAAC
Video surveillance systems are now ubiquitous across the security industry, employed across business, educational, and government facilities, and even in private residences. Many, if not most, of these systems are now based on digital video and use Ethernet connections for fast, efficient installation and upgrades.
At the same time, facial recognition continues to gain traction and share because it delivers highly accurate personal identification and authentication. Because it is broadly used now in devices as common as mobile phones, many of the initial concerns about its use have eased. Users are more comfortable using edge applications such as mobile phones, and locally controlled applications such as registering for access to one’s workplace.
The availability of video systems, and the increasing acceptance of facial recognition as a fast and highly accurate identity authentication tool, naturally lead to the question – can existing cameras and camera systems support FAAC (Face as a Credential) applications?
The short answer is a resounding YES!