Tokyo, Japan-based telecommunications manufacturer OKI (News
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announced that it has delivered a “Next Generation Automated Gate System” to the immigration bureau.
In a press release, officials with OKI said that 10 gates have been delivered by the company to be installed at Japan’s three international airports, namely Narita, Kansai and Centrair. In addition, four sets will be installed in Narita, another four sets will be installed in Kansai and two sets will be installed in Centrair.
The company’s automated gate system is capable of managing immigration work. It can identify individuals through fingerprints and photographs that are taken during the immigration process.
Unlike conventional systems, the new solution is more compact and easier to use, say officials. With the help of this new system, the immigration staff can carry out the processes and duties more efficiently, while improving the overall service provided to travelers.
OKI said that it would continue helping to deliver greater user-friendliness to travelers while strengthening immigration security.
The company offers its products, technologies, and solutions to customers through its info-telecom system and printer operations. Its Info-Telecom systems product portfolio includes: CTstage, a contact center system; eVideo; IPstage MX/SX, an all-in-one IP Communication Systems for small offices; IPstage 1000, a smart telephony box; Visual Nexus, a video conferencing system; CenterStage NX Series, a carrier-grade communication server; and more.
Apart from automated teller machine solutions, the company also offers Face Sensing Engine, which is a face image processing middleware for embedding applications.