C-True Face Recognition News

C-True launches its new face recognition biometric solution at IFSEC 2010

C-Entry DH-2 platform supports modular applications such as Access Control, Time & Attendance C-true Ltd is proud to announce the release of C-Entry model DH-2, an advanced generation product line for access control based on facial recognition technology at IFSEC 2010, Birmingham UK, the world's leading global annual security event.C-Entry DH-2 capitalises on an installed base of C-Entry DH-1, its former version already installed in 23 countries. C-Entry DH-2 enjoys a weal...

Biometrics solutions for authentication of travellers given thumbs up by aviation organisation

ICAO has validated face recognition and recommends it as the best suited biometric methodThe 9/11 unfortunate events had strongly motivated border control organisations to automate the border control process, while ensuring secure authentication of travellers. ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) has validated face recognition and recommends it as the best suited biometric method for this type of application and is setting standards for storing and using biometrics with Machine Reada...

C-TRUE & Stallion Security supply South African Football Association with face recognition security solutions

 C-True will supply C-ENTRY face recognition to SAFA for World Cup Following several comprehensive trials in South Africa, C-TRUE Face Recognition technology was approved by the South African Football Association (SAFA) for access control security to critical SAFA facilities including the office of the CEO, Mr. Raymond Hack.Stallion Security, C-TRUE's partner in South Africa, was chosen to provide SAFA with a comprehensive security solution including the C-TRUE's C-ENTRY face recogniti...

C-True successfully introduces C-Gate face recognition passenger verification at AVSEC 2008

 The new face recognition system assures boarding pass authenticationC-True Imaging Ltd. (C-True) is introducing the C-Gate system, a boarding pass authentication solution using face recognition technology. The C-GATE system assures that ticketed passengers will be allowed to board only their proper flight.The system was launched at IATA's AVSEC 2008 conference, in Seoul, South Korea and gained substantial interest by aviation security officials.C-Gate offers an innovative breakthrough solu...