Blog

Facial Recognition, The Internet of Things (IoT) and power processing at the edge

March 19th, 2019

by Dr. George Michaels Facial recognition has demonstrated the ability to significantly increase and improve an organizations security and safety. When Facial Recognition is interfaced into and physical or computer access control environment it adds another dimension to multi-factor authentication. The purpose of this short post is outline a few Internet of Things (IoT) architectural considerations to…

Read More >

Does your compliance need a facial?

March 11th, 2019

When you need to consult with someone about the best facial treatment normally you will go to a dermatologist or talk with your favorite spa aesthetician. They are able to offer you a course of treatment that meets your needs.  A facial recognition consultation to discuss compliance regulations is not as relaxing as a trip to the…

Read More >

Facial Recognition, Retail Safety and the Potential for Public – Private cooperation using innovative technologies to Reduce Crime

June 22nd, 2018

This is the third post in series on Blue Line Technology’s Project Blue Light. Project Blue Light is an initiative to install facial recognition in night time gas and convenience stores. The data highlighted in this series was collected over the past two years from 6 stores. The stores are located in the states of Washington, Maryland and…

Read More >

Creating a barrier of safety for retail and restaurants

March 1st, 2018

Joseph Spiess, Sr. Partner, Blue Line Technology Retired Major of Police, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Retail stores and restaurants are severely challenged with the prevention and deterrence of a violent act. Each year in the U.S., there are greater than 50,000 robberies which occur in cash businesses. There are factors which make the odds…

Read More >