Aurora


Aurora debuts long range facial recognition sensor at IFSEC 2017

Aurora has unveiled a long range sensor that extends near infrared capabilities to a wider range of distances, making it suitable for more applications than similar sensors on the market. Read More

Biometrics and AI: how FaceSentinel evolves 13 times faster thanks to deep learning

Powered by 'deep learning', FaceSentinel is a world first in access control and biometrics, according to its architect, Aurora. Read More

Aurora Unveils Breakthrough Access Control Technology at IFSEC

FaceSentinel uses facial recognition technology which allows registered users to open doors simply by looking at a sensor, with no need for any additional verification such as tokens, cards or PINs. Read More

Artificial Intelligence Powers Facial Recognition for the First Time: Meet FaceSentinel

Launched at IFSEC International 2015 by Aurora, FaceSentinel is powered by ‘deep learning’. Read More



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