Secure a property with facial recognition needing no external computer to operate
A man has been charged in connection with two bank robberies that occurred in the space of 24 hours. Officers said cash was stolen from Yorkshire Bank on Princes Avenue on February 5 in Hull, and from the nearby NatWest the next day. Police have appealed for the return of a “significant quantity” of money. A 42-year-old man from the area was due to appear before magistrates today (Monday, February 11).
Security experts from Tensor can help in securing a bank or similar property with our leading access control equipment. For the ultimate in Access Control, Time & Attendance, and user authentication applications, how about trying Tensor’s facial recognition system? It is kitted out with the most advanced DSP or digital signal processing technology, and needs no external computer to operate. 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.