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FST21 has released SafeRise version 1.6.5, the next generation of its access software solution. Utilizing FST21's In Motion Identification  capabilities, SafeRise can manage and control building entry points, common areas, elevators and parking areas.


March 11, 2013
By Canadian Security

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SafeRise recognizes people by the way they look, walk and talk. It represents a fusion of technologies, including second generation Biometrics, Video, Behaviour Analysis and Facial, Voice and Licence Plate Recognition.

Because it can quickly identify anyone who is walking to the door, SafeRise 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.

The new 1.6.5 version of the software solution includes new features such as multi-lingual graphical user interface screens. Portuguese and Cantonese have also been added as new languages supported in the Voice User Interface options. Users now also have the ability to self-enroll by following system directions. Installation has been further simplified and cameras and intercoms can be automatically discovered in the network and controlled when SafeRise boots up for the first time. The new 1.6.5 version also enables interactive response.

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