Recently, the national security services subsidiary of Idemia showcased its ID2Access biometric access control technology to officials from the U.S. Army and Department of Defense at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. The demonstration was part of Idemia’s contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide security technology for the military base.
ID2Access allows for identity verification of visitors, personnel, and residents without having to go through the Visitor Control Center of Redstone Arsenal. This innovation uses facial recognition to detect multiple occupants in a vehicle passing through the site’s gates, providing an additional layer of security.
Patrick Clancey, CEO of Idemia NSS, expressed his enthusiasm to demonstrate the value that ID2Access brings to Redstone Arsenal. He emphasized that the company aims to provide a solution that secures access and movement while reducing traffic and delays on the facility’s busy gates.
The demo was well received by officials from the U.S. Army and Department of Defense, who praised Idemia’s innovative approach towards biometric access control technology.
In conclusion, Idemia’s ID2Access biometric access control technology provides an efficient and secure solution for identity verification at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. With its ability to detect multiple occupants in a vehicle passing through its gates using facial recognition, it adds an extra layer of security to the facility’s busy gates while reducing traffic and delays for visitors, personnel and residents alike.