The FaceFirst surveillance system at the Tocumen International Airport detects 30 people per day with a police background or required by Interpol.
In the wake of a terror attack, Bloomberg asked FaceFirst to weigh in on the use of face recognition for public safety.
The program speeds up the identification process and allows officers to spend more time on the streets protecting and serving.
A new partnership results in the ability to instantly ID a shooter and make it available to law enforcement agencies.
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