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Oosto provides their facial recognition technology to enhance biometric solutions at the Australian Turf Club

The iconic thoroughbred racing, events, and hospitality operator, the Australian Turf Club is using Oosto’s facial recognition technology for face-based security protection throughout its facility.
As the largest racetrack in Sydney, the elegant Club’s Royal Randwick Racecourse was bestowed its title by the Queen of England herself and is visited by more than one million patrons each year, creating a complex set of security requirements for guests and employees alike. The Club has also hosted World Youth Day with Pope Benedict and has featured in many blockbuster films including Mission Impossible.
Delivering vast efficiencies
Challenges for security teams included managing evictions of known offenders and self-excluded gaming patrons across multiple entries and exits. Relying on the human eye or memory alone proved to be challenging in recognising repeat offenders at ATC’s other racecourse locations. Coupled with protecting more than 500 staff on major…