About 3D Face Recognition in Nigeria
Quadrev Limited, Official Country Partner of Artec Group, Luxembourg became the first and only Distributor and Integrator of the cutting edge 3D Face Recognition in Nigeria and Africa in 2013. The Broadway 3D currently provides the highest security level of access control. Access is granted only if there is a match between the person’s face and his stored 3D image in the database. Recording of the 3D images allows for statistical data gathering and records attempts to get unauthorized access. The Broadway 3 D will not be fooled by a user in make up or a stolen badge or keycard. This device eradicates the “human factor” mistakes, for instance, when a security guard’s attention diminishes due to an influx of people at the ACS.
Broadway 3D can be used to increase the effectiveness of Access Control Systems (ACS) in conjunction with any doors, electric locks, gates, turnstiles and other devices.
Moreover, the device can be used with electronic information kiosks, payment terminals, customer loyalty program stations for identity authorization, etc.
A Time Server
The Broadway Check Point capacity reaches up to 60 people per minute even with large databases (>10,000 enrollees). This increases the throughput capacity of any checkpoint or gate, and makes keycards and badges obsolete all the while retaining a high level of security
Protection against loss or theft of a badge
In cases where keycards or badges are used, the Broadway Check Point protects against an unsanctioned use of stolen, lost or transferred cards. When granting access, the device not only checks the authenticity of the card itself, but also the identity of the person using the card.
Work hours audit
The Broadway Check Point allows you to automate and enhance employee attendance record keeping systems and eliminates the danger of falsification.
Safeguarding personal information
Most biometric methods require the storage of personal information, which people usually do not share with others in their daily lives (fingerprints, retina and iris scans, etc). This leads to a viable risk of identity theft where personal data is used against the person (biometric falsification to obtain unauthorized access or fabricate evidence in a court of law, access to personal medical data, etc).
Unlike other biometrics, 3D face identification doesn’t carry the risk of private data being used against the person since the geometric dimensions of a face is “public information”. That information is used in most identification methods in the form of a photograph. Moreover, the use of a dynamic 3D image of the face eliminates the risk of falsification almost entirely.
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