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Biometrics pioneer ZKTeco to launch three new solutions at IFSEC 2018

Biometrics brand ZKTeco is to launch a trio of new products at IFSEC 2018: A fingerprint-activated contactless smart card (BioOnCard), a high-speed facial identification cloud solution (HI-FACE) and a licence-plate recognition system (LPRS 1000).

The company, one of the world largest manufacturers of biometric solutions, is inviting its partners and prospective customers to attend presentations (Solution Sessions) of the launches on 20 June in conference room 25 in London ExCeL. Attendees will learn about the most compelling features and advantages offered by its three new products.

Hi-FACE can be used for T&A, access control, video surveillance attendance management and data analysis solutions. Facial registrations can be managed through the system, mobile or tablet in real-time.

LPRS 1000 can identify licence plates from more than 60 countries.

ZKTeco will also demonstrate its Green Label product line, biometric turnstile range, CCTV facial recognition and new metal detector solutions. These products will be demonstrated continuously throughout the three-day show on stand F235.

ZKTeco Solution Sessions

When: Wednesday 20 June
Where: Conference Room 25, ExCeL exhibition centre, London
Register: Find out more and register for your preferred session.

For further information contact ZKTeco at [email protected].

ZKTeco is exhibiting at IFSEC International, 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. You can find them on stand F235. Register now.

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