ROI for biometrics – an equation that makes biometric security systems worthy of investment
Feb 24, 2016
SourceSecurity discusses the increasing necessity for biometrics systems to provide measureable benefits to the customer’s ROI. Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics demonstrates the ways the company’s In Motion Identification (IMID) technology impacts the bottom line, saving both time and money.
Access control manufacturers address biometric myths & end user misconceptions
Feb 15, 2016
SourceSecurity discusses the myths and misconceptions surrounding the implementation of biometric security solutions. FST Biometrics’ CMO Arie Melamed is quoted as saying that biometrics-based systems are even more secure than other options, as FST takes care to encrypt their data and protect its users.
Major Trends Paint Rosy Picture of Behavioral Biometrics
Jan 18, 2016
FindBiometrics discusses the emerging trends in the global behavioral biometric market identified to influence growth, by tech market research firm Technavio. The article highlights FST’s IMID System, which uses a combination of facial and motion pattern recognition for identification as an example of the growing prominence of multimodal solutions.
Biometrics’ greater convenience and cost-effectiveness expands it applications to markets beyond security
Jan 9, 2016
SourceSecurity explores the role biometrics plays in a variety of markets beyond security. The article features FST Biometrics and the growth the company has experienced, and discusses potential applications of In-Motion Identification (IMID) in the retail industry and consumer loyalty programs.
How Are Biometrics Companies Expanding System Functionalities For Better Security And Identification?
Jan 9, 2016
SourceSecurity covers the expansion of functionality being employed by biometrics system companies. FST Biometrics is highlighted for its identity management solutions which deliver a high level of security without interfering with the pace of life.
ICER Innovation Center: using biometrics to welcome museum visitors
Dec 17, 2015
ICER (Industry, Culture, Education and Recreation) Innovation Center in the Netherlands uses FST Biometric technology to increase visitors’ understanding of the value of innovation to the world. Showcasing a highly experiential biometrics-based solution to museum visitors, FST provides a biometric component for the museum’s visitor experience that is intuitive and easy-to-use for museum visitors, while also showing off how innovation can impact our lives.