One of the recurring fears at large sporting events and concerts is the possible forgery of tickets or fraudulent access to them, which has led to the development of new and improved ticket validation and security systems. Within the latter, the Facial Recognition technology – SAFR represents a true revolution in terms of guaranteeing the integrity of the entries and the legitimization of access, since it allows the establishment of buyer-ticket binomials.
Identity verification and ticket validation.
What is facial recognition for ticket validation?
Once the buyer-ticket binomial has been established, only the legitimate owner of the ticket, identified in an agile way and through touchless technology, will be able to make use of it.
Therefore, the application of facial recognition to validate tickets prevents the falsification or fraudulent duplication of tickets and makes their theft useless, providing them with a robust layer of security and integrity.
Automate Recognition of Known Persons
Matches faces appearing on live video feeds in real-time with 98.87% accuracy so registered individuals are always spotted despite challenging real-world conditions. More accurate and faster than manual monitoring.
24/7 Monitoring, Centralized Knowledge Bank
Provides a central knowledge bank of known faces and monitoring activity that’s always up to date. Consistent across distributed locations, simple to update to ensure records are correct, and easy to search to perform post-event analysis.
Custom Real-Time Alerts & Notifications
Get instant notifications when persons of interest are spotted. Customize notifications and alarms based on a variety of detection or recognition events and program automated security response workflows and SMS and email notifications.
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Why choose Facial Recognition - SAFR?
Not all facial recognition systems are created equal: Facial Recognition – SAFR can instantly detect and accurately match millions of faces in real time — even in challenging real-world conditions where faces are in motion, at difficult angles, under poor lighting conditions or partially obscured.
Fast & Accurate: Facial Recognition – SAFR is 99.87% accurate and can detect and match a face in a live video feed in under 100 milliseconds — 3-5 times faster than competing facial recognition algorithms.
Actionable: Facial Recognition – SAFR provides live security analytics with rich metadata. View traffic volumes, demographic composition, dwell times and more. Configure custom reports, alerts and auto-actions based on detection and recognition events — from sending a message to security guards to initiating a building lockdown.
Secure & Private: Facial Recognition – SAFR uses bank-level encryption on all face signatures and images in transit or at rest. If run on premises or embedded on device, Facial Recognition – SAFR passes no data over the internet. Built with privacy by design principles, Facial Recognition – SAFR makes it easy to configure data retention settings and manage opt-in/opt-out lists.
Deployment Neutral: Facial Recognition – SAFR can be deployed on a single computer to monitor a handful of video feeds, or scaled to thousands of cameras. The software can be hosted on premises or in the cloud, or deployed on even the most constrained camera-equipped devices with Facial Recognition – SAFR SDKs.
Distributed & Flexible: Facial Recognition – SAFR uses a distributed architecture to consume bandwidth more efficiently than many facial recognition providers. With the Facial Recognition – SAFR system’s edge intelligence for detection, recognition on the server, compatibility with off-the-shelf hardware and ability to leverage inexpensive GPUs, adding face recognition to your security tools is easier and more cost effective than you might think.
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