Last week we returned to New York for one of the most influential and important events on our calendar – International Security Conference East (ISC East). As a hub for the latest advancements in security technology, ISC East is the place to be for the latest trends in video monitoring and access control, smart home […]
Smart Access Control System
The power of facial recognition technology is proving divisive. The systems are already being used to improve security, identify missing people and deliver smart personalised services, but there’s genuine concern that the technology could lead to a ‘Big Brother’ surveillance society.
We’re arguably at the start of the facial recognition revolution. Greater computing power, edge processing, cloud computing and artificial intelligence are making systems ever smarter, giving them the ability to understand how people are reacting, as well as what they look like.
Edge Computing has the potential to be revolutionary. Moving processing and intelligence away from the cloud, and close to IoT devices, can deliver huge benefits in the way data can be acted upon, changing the way that business is done.
Facial recognition technology truly excels when it is applied to correctly identifying people in large crowds. We’re already seeing powerful access control systems deployed in different locations. So, using facial recognition in airports is a logical next step.