The MFlow suite of products consists of the most widely deployed biometric and analytic platforms for passenger processing in the transport sector. Together they support the vision of a fully biometrically enabled transport system putting the passenger themselves at the heart of their journey. This is all whilst improving security, passenger experience and operational efficiency.
Utilising a variety of proven biometric and analytic technology the MFlow platform delivers innovative robust solutions to airports and other transport hubs. These systems manage people flow safely and quickly through secure environments.
The MFlow suite comprises a number of complimentary solutions:
Through the deployment of multi-modal biometric eGates at specific check points (e.g. security, immigration) MFlow Track automates the secure and fast flow of passengers through restricted areas.
Using advanced video analytic technology MFlow Exit Lanes negates manned guarding requirements at security restricted areas through monitoring specific human behaviours to prevent passengers ‘back tracking’.
Utilising patented passive facial recognition technology MFlow Journey is the most accurate method of queue measurement and passenger tracking for regulatory, service quality and business intelligence purposes.
Automatic intelligent surveillance and detection of activity in and around static and virtual perimeters raising real-time analysed alerts alongside captured thermal/video footage.
The MFlow platform can be deployed in conjunction with MTrust to provide secure cloud based credentialing and MSite for staff access control at airports and other transport hubs.
For further information regarding how Human Recognition Systems can address your specific identity management and people flow requirements please contact us
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The quick and efficient movement of passengers is a significant issue faced by all airports, with unnecessary queues impacting the overall customer experience as well as shortening time spent in retail and dwell areas.
In late 2010 Human Recognition Systems (HRS) began work with Gatwick Airport on a series of new initiatives to introduce innovative technologies into the airport as part of the £45m South Terminal refurbishment
Perimeter security is a difficult subject for civilian airports. Few passengers would be comfortable with a prison camp approach to perimeter security with dual 16 foot high fences and sterile zones between.
Having been selected to help revolutionize the passenger experience and enhance security within the new £45m South Terminal Passenger Search Area at Gatwick Airport, Human Recognition Systems (HRS) were contracted to deploy their MFlow Journey platform