Significant growth leads to a unique property move for Human Recognition Systems.
Isavia has instigated a major alteration to its ID pass management process at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland by adopting MTrust, the online identity assurance tool created by Human Recognition Systems.
The MSite team was delighted to receive the award of Sustainable Contractor 2017 from Willmott Dixon, one of the UK's leading construction companies, at their Annual Supply Chain Conference.
The event was held at the Savoy in London on Friday 5th May, bringing together Willmott Dixon's most prized suppliers to ensure the theme of ‘Everything Completed With Pride’ remains central to the success of the organisation.
It's been quite a year for Human Recognition Systems. Our world-renowned suite of M products; MSite, MFlow, MTrust and MForce have been serving a record number of customers throughout the year, and our innovative new product developments like MSite TV and the Fingerprint Touchscreen have received numerous awards.
MSite, our biometric access control and workforce management system for construction sites, has won two awards and was shortlisted for a total of 6 in 2016.
Last month we launched our brand new company website, which has been completely revamped by our talented in-house design team. Take a look around at www.hrsid.com.
"That sounds very James Bond."
A reaction we often receive when telling people about Human Recognition Systems and the innovative technology we deliver for the first time. With all the excitement around Spectre hitting the cinemas this week, that got us thinking about just how close to Q's workshop we really are.
Today, October 21st 2015, Marty McFly will arrive in our time from 1985 in Doc Brown's famous DeLorean. Back to the Future II had some pretty outlandish predictions for everyday technology in 2015, but some were surprisingly spot on.