StoneLock has launched the StoneLock GO biometric reader with proprietary, faceless recognition technology to protect users by safeguarding their privacy without the use of photographs with no touch.

“The StoneLock GO is a revolutionary biometric edge reader designed to address our customers needs for a secure, easy to use and utterly private access control solution,” says CEO and co-founder Colleen Dunlap.

“Rounding out our complete biometric-centric access control solution when coupled with the StoneLock Gateway, the StoneLock GO takes a significant leap forward by delivering exactly what enterprises need to secure their buildings, protect user privacy and deliver a completely contactless and simplified experience.

“We are proud to now have it in the hands of our customers at a time when protecting user privacy and utilizing contactless technology is of paramount importance.”

Via a QR code or a card swipe, the StoneLock interface delivers an easy to read display that guide users through a simple and touchless self enrollment process.

Infrared sensor are used to scan and store unique templates of enrolled users that are unrecognizable outside of the system, while making it universally compatible with all users regardless of gender, race, age or nationality.

StoneLock’s proprietary algorithm replaces an enrolled user’s face with a mathematical representation, eliminating the need of photographs or storing images.