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Facial Recognition: Scott Pass 2.0

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Effective Thursday, July 13, 2023, lane four at the Shiloh Gate is now accessible to individuals who voluntarily register for Scott Pass 2.0, a system utilizing facial recognition technology as an alternative to PIN numbers.

Registration for Scott Pass 2.0 is now available to Interested parties, including dependents, retirees, civilian and military ID/CAC holders. Registration is available at the Dixon Visitor Center. 

Lane distribution at the Shiloh entrance will be as follows:

  • Lane Four: Exclusively for Scott Pass 2.0 registrants utilizing facial recognition.
  • Lanes Two and Three: Reserved for original Scott Pass users.
  • All three lanes will continue to require tapping of the ID for access.

It is important to clarify that Scott Pass 2.0 and the original Scott Pass system are separate entities, and individuals can choose to register for either, both or neither option.

Operating hours for all three lanes at the Shiloh entrance will remain consistent:

  • Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Outside of these specified hours, the lanes will operate as usual for regular traffic and non-Scott Pass users. The availability of the lanes for Scott Pass use will be indicated by yellow flashing lights.

This operational adjustment reflects the organization's commitment to modernizing access procedures while maintaining security standards. Scott Pass 2.0 is introduced to provide more streamlined and secure access options, reflecting the organization's continuous efforts to enhance convenience for its community.

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