|Barcode and RFID announce facial recognition scanner|
|Written by Chris Perver|
|Thursday, 28 September 2006 00:00|
This link from my friend Adam...
The company American Barcode and RFID have announced a new technology solution which they claim is the single answer to security, privacy, and efficiency and cost effectiveness for corporate, pubic and personnel security. Using powerful cameras along with advanced facial recognition software, coupled with an RFID scanner that can work up to a range of 60 feet, Teragate is likely to revolutionize security at important buildings such as airports or businesses. The cameras compare facial characteristics of individuals against images stored in a central database at a rate of 60,000 per second. The RFID scanner also double-checks the individual's identity against an RFID card (or implant?) they may be carrying on their person.
Quote: "The new technology, TERAGATE, has the ability to recognize a persons identity based on their biometric facial recognition information stored in their employee ID card--- from 60 feet away. The new technology also has the ability to read up to 60 thousand faces in a single second and utilizes UHF RFID technology to track human and physical assets on the same network. Mike Stryczek explained in a statement to the press, "Imagine hundreds of people passing through a 'portal' as powerful long-range, unobtrusive cameras capture facial images that are matched against a data archive at a rate of 60,000 images per second."
With increased security at airports across Europe subsequent to the attempted bombing of British flights destined for America, perhaps it won't be too long before you are walking through a Teragate at your local airport. There is no doubt this technology would solve major problems for security, reducing staffing and waiting times for passengers. But at what price? I've always believed that it will take a major crisis to bring in the Mark of the Beast (the compelled implant), and it seems global terrorism is becoming that crisis. Whether that threat is manufactured by the New World Order or is a natural consequence of the sin of man, I cannot tell. But eventually, those who don't accept the Mark may be deemed a security threat, and be ostracized by their own people. Or worse...
Source TMC Net