Digicon receives INPI’s Certificate of Addition of Invention to the dFlow Patent Letter

On July 12th, 2022, Digicon received the Certificate of Addition of Invention to the dFlow Patent Letter from the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI).

The revolutionary product from Digicon for access control in restricted areas, which already tracked people passing through the equipment, now also tracks inanimate objects such as suitcases and cleaning carts that are moved through the dFlow.

This improvement in identifying elements, people, and objects moving within the range of the equipment is a significant advancement, as it greatly expands the system’s resources and application possibilities. The new technology adds improvements to the user experience, providing much more comfort, agility in passing, and inclusiveness. The levels of security and operation accuracy are also elevated to unprecedented levels.

Present in over 10 countries and 4 continents, the dFlow is used in commercial and government buildings, factories, hospitals, educational institutions, banks and more.

This Certificate of Addition is an indisputable proof of the innovation, quality, and security of dFlow, which also has patent registration in the United States, European Union, Japan, and Australia.

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