Russia's NtechLab company is negotiating the use of facial recognition technology with FIFA and Qatar that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, reports Russian media.The firm plans to participate in the pilot project, Chief Executive Officer Alexander Minin told TASS.”We are holding talks with FIFA and Qatar and will participate in the pilot project”, he said.NtechLab has already had experience of working at World Cups: during the 2018 World Cup in Russia, about 500 surveillance cameras were connected to the FindFaceSecurity system developed by the company. As the company's CEO Aleksandr Minin notes, the security support project in Qatar will be more large-scale.