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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 16, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Imagine a future where crimes are prevented before they happen, sales associates are at your beck and call, and your phone, car, house and computer are unlocked using your face. While facial recognition technology was once largely science fiction, this technology is now in the process of transforming private...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 13, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

We just onboarded a new department this week with our mobile face recognition platform, and the results are amazing. Why is face recognition such a game-changer for sheriff's departments? Here are the top three reasons. 

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Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 06, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Headed to Expo Seguridad Mexico? On April 24-26th, this expo hosted by ISC will bring together nearly 16,000 visitors and some of the world’s top providers of security technology. It will be a great opportunity to network, exchange best practices and check out the latest security tech.  If you’re headed to...

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05
Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 05, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

CNN has called face recognition a “silver bullet” solution for event security, offering stadiums the ability to keep out banned fans and recognize potential threats in real time. But face recognition doesn’t just make events more secure. It also offers the ability to provide an unparalleled fan experience. By...

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04
Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 04, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Face recognition is already being used at airports all around the world to screen for potential criminals and terrorists. Over the next few years, we expect airports to adopt this emerging technology at exponential rates.   We think that face recognition has the power to transform airport security. But we...

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Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 03, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

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.

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Mar
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By: Jesse Davis West On: March 22, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

When most people think of college football or basketball games, they might recall fond memories of tailgating with a few beers before cheering their team to victory. While most fans behave themselves within the stadium itself, there are always going to be those fans who have a little too much to drink and get...

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Mar
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By: Jesse Davis West On: March 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

When it comes to technology, virtually all sports stadiums and arenas will soon have something important in common – they’ll be using face recognition. The inevitable use of face recognition for both security and a better fan experience hasn’t been lost on the news media. Here’s a quick roundup...

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Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 27, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Each year, the World Game Protection Conference examines the current threats to casino security and offers a forum to explore the best solutions available. If you’re headed to WGPC this year, be sure to stop by the FaceFirst booth (Booth 29) on March 14-15 for an exclusive look at our facial recognition system for casinos. ...

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Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 15, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

If you’re headed to IDGA’s Biometrics for Government and Law Enforcement on February 26-28, don’t miss your opportunity to see the FaceFirst facial recognition platform in action. Our Director Randy Gardner will be at the FaceFirst booth offering demos of our face recognition surveillance and mobile applications.   We’re proud to be sponsoring this conference because we’ve seen first-hand how biometric technology is reshaping law...

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12
Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 12, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Here is a list of the ten items most frequently stolen from retail stores by organized retail criminals. Loss prevention professions should specifically watch these items.

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Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 06, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

NCS4’s summits are always some of the most exciting times a year for the event security industry and this year has been no exception. January’s  National Intercollegiate Athletics Safety and Security Summit and Commercial Sport and Entertainment Facilities Safety and Security Summit were packed with enlightening seminars and exhibitions, revealing the latest...

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02
Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 02, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Face recognition technology can be integrated with all sorts of hardware, including video cameras, VMS technology, cars, ATMs and more. And via API, developers can integrate face recognition into virtually any software system. The possibilities are endless.   Over the course of hundreds of successful deployments, FaceFirst has had the privilege of working with a variety of partners across multiple industries. And as we...

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01
Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 01, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Organized retail crime (ORC) is rampant across the U.S. In fact, 94.6% of retailers report that they have been victims of ORC in the last 12 months, according to NRF data. And unfortunately, retail crime doesn’t merely cut into profits. All too often, retail criminals pose a serious safety risk to retail...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: January 17, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

According to NRF's Organized Retail Crime Survey, only a little more than half (54.7%) of retailers surveyed believe that top management "understands the complexity and severity" of the issue of organized retail crime.

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