Suprema receives patent for facial recognition technology

September 22, 2016 - 

Suprema has received a Chinese patent related to an adaptive face recognition apparatus and method, according to a report by Reuters.

The patent application, which is written in Korean, explains that the technology “utilizes patented proprietary technology is being applied to its face detection system, it will be actively used in the future to be launched facial recognition devices.”

The technology uses infrared light to enable face detection and recognition. Users can select the optimized image, control the brightness of the adaptive light through the image analysis, or use the visible light image.

Previously reported, Suprema launched BioMini Plus 2, a fingerprint authentication scanner designed for both PC and mobile based fingerprint authentication which offers excellent image quality, durability, and security features.

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