Until today, no face recognition device has been suitable for the mainstream Electronic Access Control (EAC) market. Frost and Sullivan, Morgan Keegan and IBG reports attest to the failed expectations of face recognition in the market. The reason for failure is not customer demand but reliability and cost. Unlike fingerprint, face recognition would only work in limited lighting conditions. XID Technologies has solved this problem with its patent-pending technology.
XID's REVOFace provides a simple and economical solution that functions in all lighting conditions from total sunlight to complete darkness. RevoFace is weatherproofed to IP65 for use both indoors and out. It is not possible for any picture or video to fool the REVOFace system and each transaction includes a recorded image further heightening security and the deterrence factor - yet the device costs no more than a branded fingerprint reader.
One or more REVOFace devices can integrate with existing Electronic Access Control systems through industry standard interfaces including Wiegand, RS485 and TCP/IP. Utilising the built-in camera, microphone and speaker, the device also provides a video intercom function that connects to a PC or a Smartphone.
REVOFace is designed to be modern, sleek and stylish that addresses today’s consumer market. So it can be used in stylish offices to the comfort of one’s home. Besides fulfilling the role of access control, it also provides video intercom and time & attendance features. With intuitive step-by-step instructions on how to use the system, the user is able to perform everything with ease on the touch screen.
Consumers will now have a better choice to enjoy reliable, affordable and simple-to-use facial recognition as a biometric access control device that is contactless and offers better security.
For a live demo, please visit us during the ASIS International 2011, Orange County Convention Center (Orlando, Florida), Booth no. 1729 from 19 to 21 September or the SSAS 2011 Suntec Convention Centre (Singapore) from 12 to 14 October, Booth no. E19.