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Infynia Security has deployed FST Biometrics' In Motion Identification facial recognition technology and Automatic Systems’ SmartLane turnstiles at CN’s Montréal headquarters, including all perimeter access points and the entrance to the corporate child daycare centre.
The system covers 3 000 employees, contractors and visitors to the headquarters, identifying registered users almost instantaneously so they do not need to wait, swipe a card, punch a code or present documentation.
‘The accurate, frictionless and convenient nature of our in-motion identification were an excellent fit to meet CN’s identification and secure access needs’, explained Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics. ‘We are pleased that a global transportation leader has implemented our system at the headquarters of its operations. We look forward to developing this relationship further in the future.’
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