Biometric access control systems to bolster security at South Korean government buildings
Biometric facial recognition systems using AI and QR code passes will be deployed at the Republic of Korea’s public buildings in a bid to improve security and better control access, a news report has been able to suggest.
Access management will be improved in the administrative capital Sejong in order to ensure the convenience and security of public servants and visitors around public or government buildings, citing the Ministry of Interior and Security.
According to the report, the move comes after the new system was trialled in the three government buildings of the Sejong government complex.
The new system provides access control to the government buildings with facial recognition and public servant ID card checks for identification on entry, the report stated.
The new system, the Interior and Security Ministry explained, brings about changes to the process of how public servant ID cards are verified, which reduces incidents of physical contact, meeting a recommendation for one way to reduce the spread of infectious diseases.
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