Microsoft Azure Government now includes facial and emotion recognition feature

Microsoft’s Azure Government now includes Cognitive Services, which adds facial and emotion recognition features to the company’s cloud platform, according to a report by The Inquirer. Announced during its Tech Summit event in Washington earlier this week, Microsoft revealed that Microsoft Cognitive Services is now available in Azure Government. Cognitive Services includes a series of machine based language, vision, search and knowledge of API to help developers to build apps more effectively and significantly faster. “We have enabled scenarios such

MorphoTrak cloud service gains traction with field experience

MorphoTrak‘s cloud solution for government and law enforcement agencies, MorphoCloud, was launched in October 2015, and the service is now evolving based on experience gained in the field. While the cloud inherently enables many potential benefits including high availability, performance, and security, the company has gained valuable experience with utilization in the field, which is increasing as agencies adopt MorphoCloud. Offering solutions delivered by the cloud is often referred to as using the “as-a-Service” label, which identifies it as free

ImageWare Systems to integrate biometric engine into Lockheed Martin IDaaS platform

Imageware Systems has signed a three-year licensing agreement with Lockheed Martin, under which ImageWare will integrate its patented biometric engine into the Lockheed Martin cloud-based multimodal biometric, IDHaystack identity as a service (IDaaS) platform. Lockheed Martin will offer the identity service to federal government agencies and other customers through its FedRAMP approved government community cloud, SolaS. “Lockheed Martin is a well-recognized, world class company and we both pride ourselves on delivering superior world class biometric products and technology to our