NEC to demonstrate biometric enterprise solutions at Enterprise Connect 2017
NEC Corporation of America is demonstrating its range of Smart Enterprise technologies, which include several biometric solutions, at the upcoming Enterprise Connect 2017 conference.
During the conference NEC will deliver an interactive presentation that will prove how any size company can use Smart Enterprise solutions across the organization.
NEC will also exhibit its line of biometrics, communications, analytics, security, cloud, and SDN solutions that maximize the benefits of a Smart Enterprise strategy.
The company’s facial recognition software NeoFace recognizes registered individuals by comparing their face against stored images. If a match is found, the system greets the person by name and dynamic dialog paths based on the person’s profile while unregistered visitors will also be greeted appropriately based on programmed parameters and identifiers.
NEC’s software-defined networking (SDN) has been integrated with UC, biometrics, AI and workflow applications, effectively improving performance, security, manageability and analytics while lowering the cost and complexity of delivering mission-critical real-time services.
The company’s UT880 Android-based smart terminal delivers a wide range of new services directly to the end user, including video surveillance monitoring, mass alerts, guest registration and biometrics-enabled access control.
NeoFace Watch leverages facial recognition technology to improve business performance through the identification of individuals in a crowd for public safety, retail loss prevention, crowd flow management, dwell-time analysis, and dual authentication access control.
In addition to participating on the exhibition floor, several members of NEC’s team will present in conference sessions covering key industry trends and current topics.
Speakers include Ram Menghani, vice president of product management and development; NEC customer Mark Reynolds from the University of New Mexico; Aravind Parandhaman, product lead for IoT solutions; Gary Gordon, managing director of channel development; Andrew Beckmann, executive director of business development; Mark Butler, cloud services business development manager; and J.P. Najar, senior systems architect.
Previously reported, NEC Corporation announced that its face recognition technology achieved the highest performance evaluation in the recent Face in Video Evaluation (FIVE) testing performed by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).