|I-CUBE (Integrated, Intelligent, Imaging (I3)) is a Systems Integrator and Value Added Reseller of face recognition and license plate recognition. I-Cube provides distributors and resellers in the Casino, Retail, Mining, Weighbridges, Police, shopping center, Government, Metro, Golf Estate, Education, CAMPUS, visitor ID and other fields with a single source for imaging products, using a consultative selling approach.|
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It seems like something out of a science fiction movie. Forget your keys and access card, your face is all you need and I-CUBE promises to get you in the door.
Facial recognition technology has been used mainly for surveillance, at places like airports, to find criminals or terrorists in the crowd, but now the South African company is focused on a new use for your face.
I-CUBE claims to be among the first in the nation to use facial recognition technology for access control. The face is measured by a machine and the data is stored. Officials said a smile or frown will not throw off the system. When you want to enter a building, simply punch in your code and the machine quickly scans your face.
The owners of a number of private schools are looking at installing the system for parents picking up their kids.
"They'll be punching in their four digit code, and they use their baby's face to match their four digit code, and that will let them out of the school," explained I-CUBE CEO Barry T. Dudley.
The system definitely brings an extra sense of security, you know, they're your prized possessions so you want to make sure every precaution is taken, said a concerned parent.
With the FACIAL reader, we can keep up-to-date, up-to-the-moment on who has access to the children and who doesn't. Those with privacy concerns shouldn't be afraid because most of the time, you didn't do anything wrong," said Dudley so if you're going to be on camera, if you're a bad person, you shouldn't be getting in."
According to I-CUBE, the face recognition is well over 99 percent accurate.