ZKTeco‘s ongoing roadshow has finally come to the US, with the company having recently showcased its offerings at the Annual Summer Conference for the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association.
As the company explained in a new post on its website, the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1971, and its led by a director who is overseen by an executive committee of sheriffs from across the state. That means it’s a bona fide representative of state law enforcement interests, which makes its Annual Summer Conference an important event for showcasing exciting policing technologies.
On that note, ZKTeco USA took the opportunity to show off its biometric solutions, including those based on facial recognition and its fingerprint readers; and the company’s representatives also highlighted ZKTeco’s metal detector models and portable X-ray machines.
This was just the latest in an ongoing series of regionally-focused events either featuring ZKTeco or organized by the company, which has also recently set up specialized seminars targeting markets ranging from India to Peru to the Philippines. The Tennessee Sheriff’s Association’s Annual Summer Conference was held at the Wilderness in the Smokies Convention Center, and ran from July 29th to August 2nd.
August 20, 2019 – by Alex Perala