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  • Serpro, the Federal Government’s Information Technology corporation, provided facial recognition technology for G20 delegates at a ministerial meeting in Rio de Janeiro.
  • The technology enhances security and efficiency in accreditation processes, allowing for real-time validation of identities.

Facial recognition technology developed by Serpro, the Federal Government’s Information Technology (IT) corporation, was introduced for use by G20 delegates during a ministerial meeting in Rio de Janeiro. The biometric face scanner provided by Serpro allowed for quick and efficient personal validation, streamlining the accreditation process and enhancing security during the event. Delegates and journalists from both national and international press outlets underwent the biometric validation process, granting them access to restricted areas at the G20 event held at Marina da Glória.

The technology follows the same standard implemented in electronic boarding procedures at airports in Brazil, facilitating the identification and validation of individuals without the need for physical documentation. Serpro, as the provider of all technological infrastructure for G20 events in Brazil, is responsible for maintaining connectivity, developing accreditation systems, and ensuring data security for over 25,000 individuals from 30 countries participating in approximately 130 scheduled meetings across various cities.


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