Intel will feed National Executive CommitteeThe NeoFace biometric facial recognition system for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with Intel Core i5 processors and provides a range of other technologies as the official partner of the global event, the company announced.
NeoFace will be used to physical access control in places for athletes, event staff, volunteers and media.
Through a partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Organizing Committee of the Tokyo Olympic Games (Tokyo 2020) and other partners, Intel will also provide a computer vision solution for tracking 3D athletes, reality training virtual for local managers and processing for digital networks powered by Cisco.
Intel has also used its artificial intelligence capabilities to invent a call and response pace for the public to applaud, provide a virtual reality experience and organize an esports tournament before the Olympic Games.
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The company is also one of several that is reportedly in ongoing negotiations to widely implement facial recognition in general. Russian airports.
BioSec celebrates 5 years of biometric access control
BioSec Group It also celebrates the fifth anniversary of its StadiumGuard palm vein recognition access control solution at the Groupama Arena. The security system was launched at the 23,500-seat stadium in 2014.
Groupama Arena is in Budapest, Hungary, and is home to Ferencvárosi TC.
The company says the system is used to reduce violence and has an average authentication time of approximately 1.1 seconds. Registration is also fast and has been successful with three exceptions of about 160,000 people. One of the people who could not register had a tattooed palm, one had been operated by the hand and the other was a former national discus thrower with an exceptionally large hand.
The system has operated with a false rejection rate of less than 2 percent, and no false acceptances, that the company knows.