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FST Biometrics selected as preferred security vendor for North America based Jewish Community centers

FST’s biometric identification technology enabeles to protect members, staff and guests.

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FST Biometrics, an Israeli developer of the award-winning In Motion Identification (IMID) technology for biometric identification, has been named by The JCC Association of North America as a preferred identity management vendor for its leading biometrics secure access and identity management system.

FST Biometrics is an Israel company founded in 2007 by Major General Aharon Ze’evi Farkash, former head of Israeli Intelligence and one of the world’s leading experts in the fields of security, military and intelligence.

“In today’s climate in which the need for security – especially for Jewish organizations – is greater than ever, we believe our solution offers the best in security and convenience for users, ” said Arie Melamed, CMO of FST Biometrics. “JCC managers are challenged with finding the right balance to create safe spaces for fun, sport and education, while also ensuring that their facilities are functioning optimally and creating a welcoming environment. This is exactly what FST delivers.”

 

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FST’s IMID system utilizes biometric identification technology, including facial recognition and body behavior analytics, to allow freedom of movement for members and staff, while restricting access to unauthorized users.

 

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