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SafeRise next generation : In motion identification

FST21 has unveiled the new version of SafeRise, the next generation of its access software solution. Utilizing its “In Motion Identification” capabilities, SafeRise can manage and control building entry points, common areas, elevators and parking areas.

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The system recognizes people simply by the way they look, walk and talk. SafeRise, which earned the coveted SIA New Product Showcase award in 2011, including 2nd generation Biometrics,  video, Behavior Analysis and Facial, Voice and License Plate Recognition.

According to the Israeli company , because it can quickly identify anyone who is walking towards the door, it can make an informed decision whether to allow entrance, verify guests or transfer them to a monitoring station representative for assistance. There’s no need for a key, card or access code.

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FST21 says that the new version has  many new and innovative benefits. Just some of the new features include new, multi-lingual graphical user interface (GUI) screens. Portuguese and Cantonese have also been added as new languages supported in the Voice User Interface (VUI) options.

Users now also have the ability to self-enroll by following simple system directions. Installation has been further simplified and cameras and intercoms can be automatically discovered in the network and controlled when the system boots up for the first time. The new version also enables interactive response. A user, for instance, can call a number and the system will answer, allowing them to speak with the visitor and grant access to the parking areas through the License Plate Recognition (LPR) capability and open the door to the building. If there are video phones in the apartments/offices, users can actually see and speak to the visitor directly.

The company says that the new technology delivers a secure, convenient and reliable way to let authorized individuals in – and keep unauthorized ones out.

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