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BS/2 develops ATM video security system

15 February 2011  |  1963 views  |  0 Source: BS/2

In 2011, to manage self-service devices network will become even easier, safer and more mobile with video security solution ATMeye.iQ.

The Company BS/2, a leading developer of software solutions for the banking sector, has expanded its popular video security and surveillance solution ATMeye.iQ with new functionality. Among the new features is an ATM users' face recognition function, automatic detection of skimming devices, and remote control by any mobile gadgets.

The solution with its new features was presented for the first time to the professionals at the International Exhibition Wincor World 2011 and has generated a great interest at once.

The new Face Recognition module of the ATMeye.iQ solution allows real time facial identification from the self-service device surveillance camera photo and searches for an analogue in the database, as well as in "black" and "white" lists. Another new Anti-skimming feature is designed for protection against fraud; it discovers the reading devices installed on self service devises and authorities automatically are informed about possible threat.

In addition, BS/2 introduces video surveillance application for mobiles phones to monitor events live from anywhere in the world and, if needed, allows take further actions to ensure safety of all devise network.

The Company BS/2 specializes in Retail Banking outsourcing services. Within the space of 15 years, the Company successfully provides its comprehensive solutions and services for the banking sector for more than 65 countries worldwide.


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