Israel Defense, Bel-Air Bay Club Implements FST Biometrics’ IMID Access System
Feb 8, 2017
FST Biometrics has been successfully deployed at Bel-Air Bay Club, a private beach club located in Pacific Palisades, California, USA. Bill Howard, General Manager of Bel-Air Bay Club said that “FST’s IMID Access system was easy to implement and provides state-of-the-art identification for our membership. It also gives our staff the ability to have higher quality interactions with our members, helping them build better relationships and create a sense of trust.”
Security Info Watch
Jan 25, 2017
Security Info Watch discusses trends in visual recognition technology as well as differences between static and dynamic applications. FST Biometrics’ IMID is held up as the prime example to show dynamic, in-motion applications. The enrollment and identification processes are detailed, including the exceptionally low false rejection rate and false acceptance rate. In addition, FST Biometrics’ use of AI to prevent spoofing, as well as to learn ‘body behaviors’ are shown to be advantages that are especially applicable as the technology and algorithms advance.
GIT Security, Reviewing Transport Security Expo 2016 at London Olympia
Jan 12, 2017
The 2016 UK Security Expo was the largest ever and included the popular “Crowded Places Demonstrator(CPD)” which featured, among others, FST Biometric’s IMID Access technology. FST Biometric’s ability to increase operational efficiency for organizations’ secure access as well as its already considerable deployment are key points demonstrating the company’s success and potential. In addition, FST Biometrics’ capability to integrate into existing systems and identify users in-motion are touted as significant advantages.
Here’s the New High Tech Way to Catch a Burglar
Nov 22, 2016 | Bloomberg
FST’s In Motion Identification technology is included in a Bloomberg feature on new high tech ways to stop burglars. Included in the article are technologies such as a UV-detectable mist that adheres to a burglar for weeks, infrared sensing cameras, and RFID chips to protect expensive artwork. However, FST’s technology is labeled “the ultimate high-end, high-tech security system” for its ability to “know who you are better than you do.”
INTERVIEW: Arie Melamed, CMO, FST Biometrics
Sep 9, 2016 | Find Biometrics
This past year has seen significant growth and development at FST Biometrics, including reaching 1.5 million monthly identifications and appointing Avi Naor to chair FST’s Board of Directors. This interview between Peter O’Neill, President and Founder of FindBiometrics and FST’s CMO, Arie Melamed, covers FST’s recent successes, and describes the growth that the biometrics industry has seen over the past year. Also examined are the advantages of multimodal biometrics, which fuses several identifying characteristics to create various levels of secure access.
Facial recognition technology may become Jewish institutions’ first line of defense
Jul 20, 2016 | JNS
There has been a rise in anti-Semitic attacks in recent years across the United States and internationally, including the shooting in the Kansas City JCC in 2014. In this article, FST’s technological solution for secure access is proposed as an answer for many Jewish institutions’ security needs. The JCC Association of North America recently endorsed FST as its preferred identity management system due to the system’s ability to allow JCC staffers and members to move freely about facilities while restricting access to unauthorized visitors.