The biometrics technology compares an image of travelers taken during the normal inspection process to the image stored on their ePassport.
SSI Staff · February 10, 2016
Access control systems are an important component of any end user's security system. For security integrators, check out the latest access control technology (biometrics, NFC, etc.) advances to make sure your systems are up to date and help end users get the best return on investment.
By Hank Monaco · January 22, 2016
Most agree that video surveillance technology will continue to improve in 2016 while access control applications could experience a major shift. Check out all the predictions for the new year.
Scott Goldfine · January 06, 2016
Biometrics has grown into a $26 billion industry. It's time for security integrators to tap into the market for as costs go down and the technology passes that of card readers and other access control options.
By Steve Perna · December 30, 2015
A panel of 12 security integrators expect higher quality video surveillance, more cloud-based services and many more technology innovations in 2016.
SSI Staff · December 14, 2015
SSI breaks down the top 30 technology innovations of the year. See which products made the cut.
By Scott Goldfine, Paul Boucherle and Bob Dolph · December 01, 2015
Biometrics have made a positive impact on financial security with ATM and transaction applications. As the technology becomes more incorporated in access control, biometrics now combines increased security with greater convenience.
By Phil Scarfo · November 13, 2015
The airport now has APC kiosks in place capable of matching travelers’ faces to their images in their passports.
SSI Staff · October 05, 2015
Security Sales & Integration
Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine gives his rundown of Day 2's action at ASIS 2015.
Scott Goldfine · October 02, 2015
Which educational sessions are worth your precious time at ASIS 2015? em>SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine is here to help by offering the 15 sessions those in attendance should consider checking out.
Scott Goldfine · September 23, 2015