It's good to be involved in an industry that can provide people with something they really need. Such as security. And security for young children is even better. There's an organization in Florida that provides therapy to children up to five years old with disabilities - and they've begun a project to prevent unauthorized visitors from gaining access to the facility. They are using fingerprint to identify parents, staff, volunteers and vendors. It appears that this is a pilot program that this particular organization was selected for. No idea what the full intent of the program is. Likely just a test to see if biometrics used for child protection shows enough interest.
Read the press release.