El Monte Police Dept. Expands IoT and RFID System for Security

By Claire Swedberg

Guardian RFID's Command Cloud platform unifies multiple inmate security and identification applications, as well as tool tracking for safety purposes, using technologies ranging from RFID to facial recognition with security cameras.

Facial Recognition Paired with RFID Keeping an Eye on Tools with Technology Safety and Accountability Rise Technology company Guardian RFID has been providing security and inmate-management solutions for correction facilities that help officers automatically identify prisoners via a mobile RFID reader and inmate wristbands. This spring, the firm has released a new solution that incorporates additional technology that automates confirmation of the i...

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