Building facial recognition entry system requires no external computer to operate
North Wales Police (NWP) assistant chief constable, Gareth Pritchard, said the force had invested in new IT and other systems to map anti-social behaviour ‘clusters’. He added: “However, we appreciate there is more to do, especially in the control room in identifying repeat and vulnerable victims and we have been working on these issues.” NWP was one of three Welsh police forces to be criticised in a new review of police procedures on anti-social behaviour.
Secure your office or commercial building via an Access Control Wales facial recognition system for the ultimate in Access Control and user authentication applications. Near-infrared-based facial recognition technology reduces the interference emitted from an object or the background that may affect recognition accuracy. It also provides superior performance and accuracy over colour-based facial recognition. This system can be combined with other advanced access control technologies like fingerprint biometric recognition systems. Equipped with the most advanced digital signal processing technology, it requires no external computer to operate.