Human recognition Systems (HRS) has announced it will be speaking at the Biometrics 2011 event at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center in London on Oct. 19th to give attendees an overview on the recently installed biometric system at Gatwick Airport in London, according to a Security Park article.
Specifically, HRS will detail the trial and deployment of two systems of which the first, MFlow Track, was created in conjunction with biometric developer AOptix Technologies and the other, MFlow Journey, with developer Cognitec.
In Addition to HRS’ representative, aviation business unit manager Jim Slevin, Perry Hailey, Gatwick Airport’s head of technology, will also speak.
While biometric systems are nothing new at airports, the interest in HRS’ systems is garnering more interest as they are bringing iris scanning systems into programs that are designed to speed up passenger lines while also increasing security where most others depend on fingerprints or face recognition.
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