SISCO's Fast-Pass Receives U.S. Patent

Monday, August 12, 2002
Fast-Pass, an innovative high-tech access control system invented by SISCO's CEO, Anthony Zagami, has been granted a U.S. patent. The device, which is used to identify and monitor the ingress and egress of people from a facility or site offers instantaneous documentation and storage of this information. This high-speed photo visitor, passenger, employee or contractor control system works in real-time and provides a photo pass in just seconds. Fast-Pass incorporates a digital image of the person as well as a digital image and details of the individual's ID (i.e. driver's license, passport, business card, etc.).

Additionally, Fast-Pass records the exact date and time of a person'(s) arrival and departure from a facility or site, creating a tracking mechanism of individual(s) activities.

Fast-Pass creates a unique identifier, which stores an individual's information into a database, which may be accessed by anyone with the proper authorization through a network. An important feature of this remarkable system is its capability to grant selective access. The system has the capability of approving, as well as, denying a person's access to a building or site and can notify appropriate individuals that a disgruntled employee or unwanted person is trying to gain access.

Fast-Pass helps corporations and government agencies to track and identify all individuals in their facilities or sites, providing a fast reliable and accurate way to control access - ideal for today's need for the increased security and monitoring of buildings and large sites

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