The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) is having their Annual Conference and Exposition in San Diego on April 15-18. FaceFirst is proud to be a co-sponsor of the conference and will be exhibiting our Guardian face recognition system for airports at Booth 1020.
Going by the crowds at our booth at other conferences this year, we’re going to be extremely busy. If you’d like to set up a personalized demo in advance, reach out to us today. We look forward to helping you secure your airport.
About The AAAE Conference and Exposition
The AAAE conference will focus on the latest technology that is transforming air travel. At FaceFirst, we share the AAAE’s goal of improving the airport experience and maximizing safety for all travelers. We’re excited to network with colleagues, exchange airport security best practices and learn from the top experts in the industry.
If you’re headed to the conference, you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to see face recognition in action. Face recognition is being used at airports throughout the world today, and it’s only a matter of time before this technology is universally adopted to keep airports safe from terrorists, violent criminals, human traffickers, baggage thieves and other suspicious individuals.
How FaceFirst Protects Airports
FaceFirst makes airports safer through surveillance, mobile apps and access control systems. With FaceFirst surveillance airports can identify suspected terrorists and dangerous criminals, protect borders with departure and arrival monitoring and instantly provide airport security with actionable alerts to threats. Mobile applications make it easy to Identify travelers using any Android or iOS phone, upload new profile images from anywhere and provide airport police and security with mobile alerts. The FaceFirst system can also integrate with third-party systems via API, while our SDK makes it possible to OEM into any existing device. FaceFirst can also be used to control access to sensitive airport areas, verify employee identity in real time and monitor enter/exit border crossings with instant screening.