Face Recognition Biometric Device Won Detektor Award

Suprema FaceStation 2 Won Top Prize in Detektor International Awards 2017

Suprema, a global leader in biometrics and security technology, announced that the company has won ‘Best Product Award’ in ID & Access Control Category in Detektor International Awards 2017.
The 2017 awards were presented at the International Stockholm Fair (Stockholmsmässan) on November 21 and the awards represented four categories including Access Control, Alarm, Video Surveillance and IoT Security. The Best Product Award has been presented to the top companies in each category including Suprema (ID & Access Control), Axis (Alarm & Detection), Bosch (Video Surveillance) and Genetec (IoT Security).
”The world´s fastest facial recognition terminal and the first one to support Bluetooth – shows Suprema´s commitment to maintaining its leadership in the global biometric access control market,” said the jury of Detektor International Awards 2017.
“At Suprema, we are very honored that our new FaceStation 2  has been acknowledged and received such a prestigious Detektor International Awards, which recognizes both technological and practical innovations within the product.  As highlighted by the judges, Suprema FaceStation 2 is an innovative biometric security product that brings industry standard to the next level with its proven performance and reliability,” said Hanchul Kim, the director of Global Sales at Suprema.
“With its introduction earlier this year, FaceStation 2 has been already shipped to over 50 countries worldwide and positioned as the most premium facial recognition access control solution in the market today. FaceStation 2 opened whole new generation of face recognition, defying preconceived limitations in face authentication while delivering innovative features to meet growing expectations from markets,” Kim added.The Detektor International Awards is an independent award scheme and rewards those manufacturers that have displayed the most genuine innovation and originality over the past 12 months in the opinion of the international team of jurors.
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