recognition gate

recognition gate

[‚rek·ig′nish·ən ‚gāt]
(computer science)
A logic circuit used to select devices identified by a binary address code. Also known as decoding gate.
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ldp FOR News, Sport Business on your phone Mr Vine also called for the UKBA to evaluate the actual benefits of new technology such as facial recognition gates after inspectors found they were "not operational for a significant period of time".
Mr Vine also called for the UKBA to evaluate the benefits of technology such as facial recognition gates after inspectors found they were "not operational for a significant period of time".
UK Border Agency assistant director, Alex Lawther, said: "The new facial recognition gates here at Birmingham will improve our service to the public, processing passengers securely and freeing officers to focus their time on other areas of risk.
Passengers are being urged to use facial recognition gates at airports after a successful trial of the technology.
The facial recognition gates are now fully operational at three UK airports, as part of one of the biggest shake-ups in UK border security for 40 years.
The new facial recognition gates will use scanning equipment to compare the faces of travellers at the airport, which welcomed 5.
He was also shown arriving passengers going through new electronic facial recognition gates.
As yet there are only five facial recognition gates at the airport's Terminal One, though about 80,000 passengers pass through every day.

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