Idemia, the national security services subsidiary, recently showcased its ID2Access biometric access control technology at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Officials from the U.S. Army and Department of Defense were in attendance for the demonstration, which was part of Idemia’s contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide advanced security technology for the military base.
The ID2Access technology allows for seamless identity verification of visitors, personnel, and residents without the need to go through the Visitor Control Center at Redstone Arsenal. Additionally, the demonstration highlighted how Idemia’s innovation utilizes facial recognition to detect multiple occupants in a vehicle passing through the site’s gates.
CEO of Idemia NSS, Patrick Clancey, expressed his excitement for showcasing the value of ID2Access and his team’s eagerness to provide Redstone Arsenal with a solution that enhances security, access, and movement while reducing traffic and delays.
Overall, the demonstration of ID2Access at Redstone Arsenal served as an opportunity for officials to witness the advanced biometric access control technology in action and to understand its potential benefits for the military base.