Corvus Integration’s facial recognition camera to be exhibited at Global Identity Summit

September 16, 2015 - 

Corvus Integration announced that its FaceCube solution will be featured in exhibits hosted by biometrics services partner IBM and Dev Technology at the Global Identity Summit, held September 21-24 in Tampa, Florida.

The Corvus FaceCube is an auto-focus camera that combines the simplicity of a webcam with the functionality of an industrial camera supporting a wide range of imaging.

The camera features a 5 Megapixel CMOS sensor, enabling it to deliver high-quality images and video, as well as a high level of accuracy in color reproduction.

Additionally, the camera’s integrated LED lighting supports image capture in harsh ambient light conditions.

The camera is the ideal choice for identity applications that require a small yet functional camera with a range of features.

With its lightweight, compact design, 15 fps at full resolution, and ability to power off the USB 2.0 connection, the FaceCube is ideal for standalone enrollment systems, kiosks, and embedded identity solutions.

The FaceCube also supports ISO compliant face image capture, which quickly enables solutions that require facial recognition capabilities and ISO/IEC 19794-5 face compliant images for passports, Visas, national identity programs, and identity cards.

Corvus Integration also announced that the Jacksonville Naval Hospital recently implemented its Secure Web Fingerprint Transmission (SWFT) Enrollment System.

The SWFT System enables users to upload electronic fingerprints and demographic data for applicants requiring a background investigation.

Additionally, the system eliminates the manual paper process which uses hardcopy fingerprints, expedites the clearance process, and provides end-to-end accountability for Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data.

Previously reported, Corvus Integration and Vista Imaging released a new dual iris and face camera, The VistaEY2-P.

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