Innovatrics releases new version of its facial biometric technology

January 27, 2017 - 

Innovatrics has released IFace 3.0, the latest version of the company’s facial biometric solution featuring enhanced real-time ICAO check, identification and authentication (1:1 matching), multi-face tracking, and people analytics, including age and gender profiling.

IFace 3.0 also features GPU acceleration support, enabling IFace 3.0 to perform thousands of facial template extractions per second.

Designed with a focus on seamless integration, the deep neural networks-based solution enables significant improvements in facial recognition accuracy and overall matching speed.

With its significantly smaller SDK (software development kit) on Android and iOS platforms, iFace 3.0 also reflects a better understanding of the needs of customers using the solution in their mobile applications.

“IFace 3.0 represents a significant milestone for Innovatrics,” Innovatrics founder and CTO Jan Lunter said. “Early evaluations put us alongside the top vendors in terms of matching speed and accuracy. This aligns with our vision of having an exceptional facial biometric technology to complement our fingerprint technology, which has been an industry leader for over a decade. We are now in a unique position to deliver powerful multimodal identity management solutions for projects of all sizes.”

IFace has been previously integrated into several AFIS (Automatic Fingerprint Identification System) deployments including border control and civil identification projects.

The face recognition solution is also available as a standalone SDK or can be integrated into many commercial solutions, such as mobile banking applications, event security systems, and people analytics.

Innovatrics announced last month that its algorithm jointly ranked first in accuracy in the recently published results of the Proprietary Fingerprint Template Evaluation II (PFT II).

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