The Osasuna-Sevilla match played at the Sadar stadium was the scene of the first biometric access pilot test to be carried out in a top-level competition in our country. The test, apart from the current LaLiga access protocol, and as an added security measure, gave access to the almost 200 employees of Club Atlético Osasuna who attended the match, including members of the board of directors, cleaning staff, security personnel and other workers of the entity.
How does the system work?
It is a system developed through Artificial Intelligence that recognizes users after a previous registration. The biometric registration can be performed remotely or in person with a mobile device and consists of scanning an identity document and capturing a selfie to corroborate the user’s identity. This information is processed and transformed into an irreversible vector so that it is impossible to return to the original data, thus protecting users’ privacy at all times. At the time of access, the entry terminal re-captures an image of the user, identifies the user within the database of registered users and, in a matter of tenths of a second, grants or denies access.
Facundo Roncaglia, CA Osasuna player trying out the facial recognition system developed by dasGate.
What are the benefits?
Given its speed and accuracy, dasGate substantially improves the security and efficiency of people control and greatly reduces waiting times at entry points to any facility. Moreover, in today’s healthcare context, it enables fast and secure access that avoids crowds and requires no contact.