Idemia, a global leader in identity and security solutions, recently demonstrated its ID2Access biometric access control technology to officials of the U.S. Army and Department of Defense at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. The demonstration was part of Idemia’s contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide security technology for the military base.
The ID2Access system enables identity verification of visitors, personnel, and residents without requiring them to go through the Visitor Control Center of Redstone Arsenal. This streamlined process reduces traffic congestion and delays associated with traditional access control methods. Additionally, the demonstration showcased how Idemia’s innovation uses facial recognition to detect multiple occupants in a vehicle passing through the site’s gates, further enhancing security measures.
Patrick Clancey, CEO of Idemia NSS, expressed his eagerness to demonstrate the value that ID2Access brings to Redstone Arsenal. He emphasized that Idemia is committed to providing a solution that secures access and movement while reducing traffic and delays on the military base.
“We are thrilled to have been able to showcase our advanced ID2Access system to key decision-makers within the U.S. Army and Department of Defense,” said Clancey.
“This technology has already proven successful in other military bases around the world, and we believe it has great potential for Redstone Arsenal as well,” added Clancey.
Overall, Idemia’s ID2Access biometric access control technology offers an effective solution for securing access and movement on military bases while reducing traffic congestion and delays associated with traditional access control methods.