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By: Jesse Davis West On: October 31, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Here are six ways that face recognition can be used to protect passengers and ensure that air travel is safer than ever before. 

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Oct
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By: Jesse Davis West On: October 03, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Join FaceFirst at AC-INA's Public Safety and Security Conference in Arlington Virgina. We'll be offering demos of our face recognition system for airports.

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

Since FaceFirst Guardian was first installed in Panama’s Tocumen International Airport, authorities have been able to detain and capture hundreds of individuals wanted in Panama and other countries for serious crimes.   According to Panama24Horas, one significant incident involved a Panamanian woman who had been accused of assassinating an officer of the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DJI) by poisoning him. After...

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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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Jan
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By: Jesse Davis West On: January 12, 2018 In: Blog, Home Page Comments: 0

Face recognition is poised to revolutionize airport security, and all signs point to the fact that it will become one of the most widely adopted technologies in airports over the next five years. The technology is also being adopted worldwide. Dubai is planning a walk-through tunnel with 80 face recognition cameras for travelers,...

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Sep
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By: Jesse Davis West On: September 07, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

When a traveler’s bag gets lost or stolen at an American airport, who do they blame? Is it the thief? The TSA? Ask your friends, and you’ll likely hear the same answer: the airline. It’s human nature: travelers tend to associate everything that happens on their trip with the airline that they choose to fly. Whether...

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Aug
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By: Jesse Davis West On: August 10, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

It’s been more than 15 years since 9/11, but ISIS’ recently foiled plot to destroy an Australian commercial airplane serves as a stark reminder of how determined terrorists are to strike airplanes and airports. Although the care-free pre-9/11 days of air travel are over, most of us agree that...

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Jul
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By: Jesse Davis West On: July 12, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

When facial recognition technology was first introduced into the mainstream, the technology or its benefits were not well-understood. Naturally, people feared the technology was the harbinger of dystopian futures they had seen in science fiction films. Now that face recognition technology has been on the market for a while,...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 25, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

Each day, over two million people board commercial aircraft worldwide. Some are returning to their hometowns to visit family, others are embarking on global adventures, and others still are traveling for business. While air travel is still statistically one of the safest means of travel on Earth, after 9/11,...

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By: Team FaceFirst On: April 24, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

Facial recognition provider FaceFirst today announced the launch of Guardian, a new airport security platform. Using breakthrough face recognition capabilities, the platform identifies visitors in areas with high foot traffic and supplements the identification process for border control agents. Humans can typically recall just a few hundred faces on...

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