News  |  Feb 23, 2021  |  Christine Furey

Realizing Long-Term ROI with Biometric Technologies: Arora Featured In Passenger Terminal Today Article

  • Biometrics Technology

How facility managers and consumers interacted with their typical environments changed drastically due to the rapid spread of COVID-19. Many construction, engineering, and architecture firms have now begun to explore and implement contactless biometric technologies. With so many different biometric technologies available on the market, how can you be sure your facility is spending money on the right systems that will continue to streamline your operations in a post-pandemic future?

Arora Engineers, Inc. (Arora)’s Chief Compliance Officer Jason Shevrin, PE, DSCE, was featured in an article in Passenger Terminal Today entitled “Realizing Long-Term ROI with Biometric Technologies,” and discusses the way in which an organization procures and implements these technologies can make all the difference when considering a long-term return on investment.

Shevrin explains how Arora’s special systems engineering team has seen an uptick in consumer demand for biometric technologies, including temperature-sensing cameras and video analytics, as well as biometric registration and credential validation. “Although these biometric technologies are useful in many applications, the infallible accuracy of these systems, from temperature-sensing cameras to biometric registration, has yet to be proved,” says Shevrin.

At Arora, we suggest that every technology considered and implemented should serve multiple purposes. We believe that the long-term value and ultimate utility of biometric touchless technologies lie in a facility’s investment in backbone systems, including data infrastructure and congruence to potential outside agencies, which current and future technologies rely on for connectivity. Our experts can assess your current and future technology demands to address operational changes that need to occur once new technologies are in place. We will determine what technology solutions can be implemented to not only meet the complex needs of your facility today, but for years to come.

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