Alcatraz Sponsors PSA Security Network’s ADAPT 2020 Virtual Event

Alcatraz, developer of autonomous access control products, has been added to the lineup of sponsors for PSA Security Network’s ADAPT 2020 virtual managerial conference for system integrators. 

PSA Network’s virtual event, held Oct. 6-8, 2020, will include sessions on topics ranging from industry, emerging technologies, physical security, operation improvements, managed services, and more. Participants will have the opportunity to network with other PSA Network members and vendors and gain access to additional tools and resources to help them reinvent their businesses in the post-COVID-19 economy. The event also includes a virtual trade show for sponsors to foster networking and engagement throughout the event and beyond. 

Alcatraz was just recently added to the PSA Security Network of partners, bringing facial authentication and mask enforcement solutions to the renowned product consortium for system integrators.

“As a recently-added member to the PSA Security Network, we are thrilled to sponsor and participate in the ADAPT 2020 virtual conference,” said Tina D’Agostin, chief revenue officer at Alcatraz. “We have some great information to share in this virtual format to those seeking post-COVID touchless and frictionless access control solutions.”

Alcatraz offers a secure facial authentication platform that works with any access control system. It replaces or augments ID badging as a credential with facial authentication, 3D sensing, and artificial intelligence to enable highly secure and touchless entry into physical locations. An added feature that was designed specifically to address existing and potential future government-mandated face masks delivers face mask detection to ensure users are in compliance.

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