Rank One Computing facial recognition reaches 4 West Virginia school boards
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Four counties in the U.S. state of West Virginia announced plans to introduce facial recognition technology from Rank One Computing (ROC) into their school security systems.
The system will allow counties to create their own databases of individuals. All facial data is stored locally on school servers, director of preK-12 academic support for the West Virginia Department of Education Jonah Adkins told West Virginia Public Broadcasting this week.
It provides schools with an additional layer of security. They can enter the faces of their staff and students and well-known visitors,” says Adkins. “It sends administrators alerts if an unwanted person were to approach the door or anywhere on campus.”
The counties that have installed or are installing the systems are Marion, Taylor, Doddridge and Putnam. There are 55 counties in the state.