Maxxess Adds Facial Recognition to eVisitor Solution

Maxxess announces an off-the-shelf integration to RealNetworks’ industry-leading SAFR technology with its eVisitor access control platform.

YORBA LINDA, Calif. — Maxxess has augmented its eVisitor product with the addition of advanced facial recognition authentication technologies.

The enhancement of its access control product is designed to support the off-the-shelf integration of RealNetworks’ SAFR technology, and according to the company, the addition of facial recognition technologies to its eVisitor product further increases the flexibility of the platform.

“With the addition of SAFR facial recognition, eVisitor makes it even faster and easier for visitors, staff, contractors, and temporary workers to get into the areas where they are authorized to be,” says Lee Copland, managing director for Maxxess.

“It also gives them secure access to the facilities and workspaces they need, from secure areas, storage, and meeting rooms through to visitors accessing WiFi, and staff and contractors being able to connect to corporate networks as needed. It also allows IT managers to enable bring your own device [BYOD] policies, while simultaneously supporting staff to benefit from flexible, hybrid working more securely.”

Enhanced eVisitor Solution Enables Higher Levels of Access Control

Maxxess explains the combination of SAFR’s facial technologies with its access control program helps to ensure an increased level of access control security for a range of users.

The Calif.-based manufacturer points out that eVisitor is widely used in environments such as hospitality settings, commercial businesses, healthcare facilities, schools and kiosks to allow visitors to enter secured spaces without the need for access cards or key fobs.

SAFR facial recognition technologies are said to take biometric verifications to the highest levels with AES-256 bit encryption and it comes with offline deployment capabilities that enables organizations to optimize biometric data via options that allows visitors, staff, and contractors to set specific limits on how long data is stored when they opt-in.

Maxxess adds the integration of the SAFR recognition technologies also detects attempts to deceive the system using digital graphics or pictures, and the system’s security tools can be tailored to specific security levels per user.

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