Significant growth leads to a unique property move for Human Recognition Systems.
Liverpool based innovator of cutting-edge biometric technology and software, Human Recognition Systems, has relocated to Capital and Centric’s Bunker Building as part of its continued expansion.
Honoured as one of the “most stylish offices in Britain”, the multi award-winning Bunker Building is a creative hub for the firm’s delivery of technological solutions to its global client base.
Neil Norman, CEO and Founder of Human Recognition Systems: “Human Recognition Systems is all about pushing the frontiers of biometric technology and loving what we do. A key part of making this a reality is the space within which we create new ideas for the future. It is not simply a place to work. It is an extension of the character and personality of our business. We took great care in our decision and when we saw “The Bunker” we fell in love. This was Human Recognition Systems.
Over the past few months we have been injecting our personality into this awesome new space. Our approach is simple: we care about everything we do and so we took the view, why not put everything we do on show for when clients visit. So, like a McLaren manufacturing plant, they can see the product being developed, manufactured and supported as it happens.
As we continue towards 100 staff, we also wanted to make a statement that market leading technology innovation has a home in the city of Liverpool.”
Human Recognition Systems has pioneered and driven automated biometric technology with clients around the world for the past 15 years, from smoothing passenger journeys in the largest airports, to keeping construction workers safe at sites through its innovative products. It has achieved a host of world’s firsts including the world’s first company to deploy a fully biometric Olympic Stadium.
Relocating all staff from its current home in Wavertree, Human Recognition Systems joins the pool of other businesses from technology and creative sectors at the development located off Edge Lane and adjacent to the iconic art-deco Littlewoods Building.
Tim Heatley, Director and Co-Founder of Capital & Centric, the Bunker Building developer, said:
“Human Recognition Systems have embraced and maximised the potential of the site, becoming part of this digital and tech-based community. I have been blown away with what they have done with the place to truly bring to life its leading-edge potential.”
We have a number of roles available at the moment in our new office space, why not check them out on our recruitment page.