Face Recognition FAQ
How is face recognition more secure than key cards?
Key cards can be cloned with a cheap cloner, and are easily lost or stolen. Also, key cards cannot verify who is carrying the card. Swiftlane Face Recognition verifies the person that is trying to gain access, and also ensures that only authorized users are allowed access.
What does Swiftlane do with my face data?
Your data is stored securely on our servers with strong restrictions to access it. We never sell data and ensure all data is sent via encrypted communication and securely stored with the highest privacy and security.
Am I required to use face recognition?
No. Swiftlane provides access via the Swiftlane mobile app, PIN codes, or face recognition, so face recognition is optional.
Can someone try to use a photo of me to gain access to the building?
No. Swiftlane face recognition runs anti-spoofing via 2D and 3D data of the face, and prevents attempts to get in with just a photo or video of a person. Swiftlane comes built in with security against photos and videos. SwiftReaders check the 2D and 3D depth data of a face, as well as several other factors. The Swiftlane deep learning algorithms checks against this data and prevent’s people from getting in by holding a photo of a person
How much does Swiftlane cost?
Unlike most facial recognition access companies in the market that cost upwards of $10,000 per reader, Swiftlane is far more affordable and a Swiftlane system costs the same price as installing a key card based system. door. Swiftlane system falls on the lowest end of the price point, starting around $1,300 per door.
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