Cyberlink is taking his facial recognition wallet to the 2019 edition of the Global Security Exchange (GSX) in Chicago. The event will take place from September 2 to 12 at McCormick Place, where CyberLink will exhibit its products at booth # 2394 in exhibition hall A.
At GSX, Cyberlink will display its FaceMe facial recognition platform and the U Alerts feature in particular. The FaceMe algorithm is compatible with Windows, Linux, Android and iOS, and can be used for a variety of applications, including site security, Retailand access control. Meanwhile, U Alerts is a notification system that will automatically send an alert to a smartphone or PC when a person of interest appears on a FaceMe camera.
"FaceMe improves security through its advanced technology,
providing one of the fastest and most flexible edge-based solutions in the
market, "CyberLink CEO Jau Huang said." Using facial recognition in public and
private security, and combining this technology with instant notification tools
like U Alerts, they can dramatically improve crime prevention and detection. "
The recently published FaceMe algorithm a result of "higher level" in the NIST facial recognition provider test, and was previously integrated into a customer service robot from the Syscom group. CyberLink also showed its portfolio in Computex 2019 in Taiwan.
August 28, 2019 – by Eric Weiss
Like all biometric solutions, facial recognition technology measures and combines unique features for identification or authentication purposes. Often, by taking advantage of a digital or connected camera, facial recognition software can detect faces in images, quantify their characteristics and then compare them with templates stored in a database.
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