POTSDAM — Clarkson College has teamed up with Exact Biometrics to put in Exact’s YOUNiQ facial recognition for facility entry within the North Nation Incubator – a part of Clarkson’s Shipley Middle for Innovation. Following the set up, the 16 tenant corporations with mixed 150 staff could have entry to the system which supplies customers entry to the services utilizing facial recognition expertise, reasonably than the usage of a conventional key or keycard.
Exact YOUNiQ integrates face recognition with entry management methods to supply handy and safe entry to services. The expertise behind the product relies on synthetic intelligence that confirms the person’s id via its distinctive facial options.
“At Clarkson, we’re pushed by innovation and entrepreneurship, and we work tirelessly to help the businesses who’re housed in our enterprise incubator. Rising applied sciences corresponding to YOUNiQ’s facial recognition are an thrilling instrument which have the facility to alter how we do enterprise,” Clarkson President Tony Collins mentioned.
“We’ve been working carefully with Clarkson College because the acquisition of NexID in 2017 and have performed a number of pilot tasks collectively. We’re subsequently significantly completely happy that North Nation Incubator now has determined to improve its entry administration system with YOUNiQ. The tenants, most of which develop and make the most of proprietary IP, will now be capable of entry its premises in a safer and handy means than ever earlier than”, mentioned Mark Cornett, Senior Gross sales Director at Exact Biometrics.
The North Nation Incubator (NCI) exists to assist small and early-stage companies develop to their full potential. It’s sponsored and managed via a joint partnership between Clarkson College’s Shipley Middle for Innovation and New York State’s Innovation Scorching Spot Program.