The past few years have seen a proliferation of facial recognition solutions as they technology has exploded in popularity (and, in some respects, notoriety). As a vendor of face biometrics tech, Armatura is looking to distinguish itself with its entirely on-device approach to biometric matching. The company sells biometric hardware, not software; and it is pitching its devices as versatile, privacy-protecting solutions.
Speaking to FindBiometrics’ Doug OGorden at ISC West, Armatura’s new Managing Director, Larry Reed, demonstrated just how compact his company’s hardware can be, emphasizing that a given biometric module can be plugged into a variety of devices, from Point-of-Sale terminals to time-and-attendance punch clocks. Watch the full conversation to hear more from an important facial recognition that counts ZKTeco among its biggest clients.
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