Facial Recognition Technology for Convenience Stores & More: Using Your Face to Unlock Doors

Blue Line Technology’s facial recognition software was designed by former law enforcement and military officers.
For retail environments, such as the featured 24-hour MotoMart location in St. Louis, Blue Line Technology says its software is a deterrent for armed robbery and theft, improving customer and employee safety. The threat may be a known shoplifter or a person wearing a mask. Blue Line says because the majority of late night crimes are committed by masked individuals, the door won’t unlock if a person’s face is covered. The technology was also installed for threat detection at the Empire State Building, among other clients. Blue Line also offers facial recognition for two factor authentication for building access control.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am