ColosseoEAS at ISNR 2014


April 04, 2014 - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

ColosseoEAS participated at this year’s International Security, Safety and National Resilience Exhibition and Conference “ISNR 2014” in Abu Dhabi from April 1-3, 2014. The ISNR 2014 is one of the most prominent milestones on the international event agenda about safety and security in the MENA region. It provided decision makers from public and private sectors the most modern concepts and technologies concerning security, facilities and critical infrastructure protection, as well as readiness and response to emergencies and resilience. The conference drew 400 exhibitors and 15,000 of the most prominent security, safety and emergency experts and specialists from all over the world.

Colosseo presented its biometric turnstile, the only seamless real-time biometric face recognition entry system on the market today. Operating in one of two modes, either database or ID comparison, both use Colosseo’s high resolution cameras to capture a faces at the turnstile entrance, creating a biometric profile from captured images that is then immediately compared to either an ID database or a database of known unwanted persons. The Colosseo Access Control System employs different modes of operation, 1:1 or 1:many, offering one-step technology and operating on all points of entry.

According to ISNR 2014’s organizers, the exhibition included a vast and diversified array of modern products, services, and technologies that specialize in security fields, facilities and critical infrastructure protection.

Michal Vilagi, Colosseo’s Chief Technology Officer, said, “We offer the best available biometric turnstile solutions with Facial Recognition. They were developed for sporting venues, but we are open to having them used in different fields of business. They are specifically built to allow the maximum number of people into an event or building in the least possible time. With them, we really look forward to discovering new commercial business partners and opportunities in the field of security.”

The exhibition featured specialized pavilions for national security and resilience, in addition to a pavilion for cyber security, and a pavilion for critical infrastructure security. Further, the conference focused on topics regarding security and law enforcement, like traffic safety, fire emergencies and grand events. Security experts from all over the world presented case studies the shed lights on efficient procedures and practices.