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Safran Launched MorphoFACE Biometric Scanner

Safran Identity and Security unveils new facial biometrics solution, MorphoFACE for security applications

France: Safran Identity and Security recently launched MorphoFACE, which is its new solution based on biometric facial recognition and is meant to provide seamless security to applications. This latest entrant in the world of biometric is a face scanning equipment shaped like a large tablet along with a supporting stand which can be integrated into existing environments to secure sensitive sites, ports, train stations or financial institutions.

This state-of-the-art solution aims at helping airports and border checkpoints in dealing with the growing number of travellers by offering them with fast and secure biometric solution. It is based on the latest 3D video analysis technology which enables a seamless flow of users by combining reliability with ergonomics.

Samuel Fringant, Executive Vice President of Security Division at Safran Identity & Security said, “In a globalized world where airports and border checkpoints are vital hubs, we believe that ‘on the move' biometrics will play a key role in securing borders while reducing wait times and improving travel experience. With our offer, we are proud to contribute to make our borders safer and smarter."

TechSci Research depicts that the adaptation of biometric will pave a long way in streamline licencing processes with enhanced data protection and quality data collection of the citizens. Biometric adoption will also provide ease of use with speedy services to the users.

According to the recently released  report by TechSci Research, India Biometrics Market By Type By End Use Sector, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2011-2021”, the country’s biometrics market is projected to grow at a CAGR over 31% during 2016 - 2021. In 2015, the country’s southern region held the largest share in India biometric market, owing to rising industrialization and presence of a large number of leading private sector companies in the region. Government, banking & finance, energy & power, and consumer electronics are the key end user segments where deployment of biometric systems is witnessing an increase, and this trend is expected to continue over the next five years. 

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