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Digital Signal demonstrates facial recognition at middle eastern security conference


Digital Signal Corporation (DSC) and its partner International Golden Group (IGG) demonstrated its portfolio of security solutions at this month`s International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience 2016 (ISNR) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

During the show, the company demonstrated its DSC software suite which, combined with its proprietary true 3D imaging technology, enables governments and commercial businesses to perform facial recognition with the highest accuracy available. They also demonstrated its CES system, a facial recognition solution that utilizes 3D and enhanced 2D matching to overcome the limitations of video-based systems and enable reliable identification in a surveillance setting. The CES system is designed for real-world conditions and it operates indoor, outdoor, or as a self-contained mobile unit to automatically identify and alert on persons of interest.

DSC also exhibited ENR, a rapid biometric enrollment system that is suited for high-volume, real-world enrollment scenarios and queues, and SEEKER, a biometric analysis solution which combines image enhancement, real-time fraud detection, and identity management into a single platform. This highly scalable platform is deployable on premise or in the cloud, and it handles real-time processing and databases of 20+ million records.

“We welcomed the opportunity to exhibit at ISNR 2016 along with our partner, IGG,” said David Guttadauro, CEO and President of Digital Signal Corporation. “DSC has been developing facial recognition solutions for over 15 years to address our changing society, which needs the security innovation, integration and knowledge that DSC brings. Our biometrics solutions have been used by worldwide customers in applications such as border control and customs, national ID, critical infrastructure, access monitoring, and retail.”

ISNR Abu Dhabi claims to be the world’s largest event for homeland security and national resilience. This past event was the seventh edition of ISNR and it hosted five dedicated exhibitions, two conferences, 100+ seminar presentations and 10+ live features. There were over 500 exhibiting companies from 40 countries, 18,000 local and regional visitors and over 200 government buyers and delegation members.

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