Managing security at sporting and similar venues presents a number of challenges, one of which is controlling entry. In addition to checking that entrants have valid tickets, venue operators may also wish to verify the identity of the ticket holder to prevent potential troublemakers from gaining access. Processing season-ticket holders quickly is also important, and our facial recognition technology can help by allowing entry without the need to physically check each individual's ticket. For more information, please click here.
Accurately counting the number of people entering a site is also crucial to avoid overcrowding and ensure that everyone can be accounted for in the event of an emergency evacuation. Our visual recognition systems are designed to identify potential incidents of violence and abuse, helping security personnel to respond quickly and effectively.
Facial recognition technology can also be used to identify Persons of Interest (PoIs) from a database, providing an additional layer of security for venues. Our technology is constantly updated to ensure that it remains reliable and effective, and we have additional features that can alert security personnel when a PoI is approaching the venue.
Costs for implementing facial recognition technology will vary depending on the size of the venue and the level of security required. However, the benefits of improved safety and security are well worth the investment.
In summary, facial recognition technology has the potential to enhance security measures at sporting and similar venues. From streamlining entry procedures to identifying potential threats, our technology can help to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.