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A History of Firsts

2015

First company in the world to revolutionise the airport ID Pass application process with an online system

For the first time, pass holders at Gatwick Airport are able to dispense with their old, repetitive, paper-based pass applications and use MTrust to manage employee information and submit electronic pass applications.

2011

World first deployment of face recognition to measure the passenger journey in an airport

In June 2011, Gatwick Airport went live with MFlow to measure the passenger journey through the terminal using facial recognition.

2011

First deployment of iris-at-distance technology to enrol and identify passengers in a UK airport

In June 2011, Gatwick Airport went live with MFlow to enrol and identify passengers using iris-at-distance technology to automate common departure lounge access and domestic boarding. The technology had previously not been used in the public domain in the UK or integrated with automatic gates anywhere in the world.

Case study: MFlow at Gatwick Airport

2010

First to integrate CSCS smart cards for site access

These days, everyone on construction sites needs a CSCS card. So we thought we'd make the world a little bit simpler by allowing that card to be used to get through site access points, using MSite.

2008

First to integrate iris recognition with Desfire smartcards

Enabling super secure multi-modal template-on-card access control for the London 2012 Olympic Park.

2007

First to deploy biometrics for dispensing medication to the UK's prison population

Working with the Department of Health, we deployed iris and fingerprint recognition at healthcare facilities within 65 UK prisons.

2003

First to deploy biometrics at a UK airport

We deployed biometric access systems for 19,000 airport workers in all three of Manchester Airport's terminals.

2002

First UK company to import and deploy hand geometry recognition technology

Long before today's export channels were established, we were importing this new and exciting technology directly from around the world to bring the benefits to our UK customers.

2001

UK's first multi-biometric technology company

In 2001, Neil Norman gave up his senior role at Accenture to follow his dreams and start a biometric technology business.

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