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NEC launches NeoFace Express facial recognition solution

 

NEC has launched its NeoFace Express facial recognition solution, a key component of a rapid-access biometric platform.

The solution is based on NEC’s NeoFace facial recognition technology and is being demonstrated at the NEC booth at connect:ID this week in Washington, D.C.

According to a company statement, NeoFace Express represents a new class of facial recognition-based access control system setting the stage for the future of travel, access, and identity recognition. The solution delivers frictionless, seamless enrollment, verification and identification in a variety of settings including airports, border management, stadiums, ports of entry/exit, amusement parks, enterprises and other high-demand, high-traffic areas.

“Having selected facial recognition as the most convenient means of implementing a biometric exit system and the growing need for similar applications in other verticals, NEC is proud to now offer NeoFace Express,” explained Raffie Beroukhim, senior vice president, Advanced Recognition Systems division, NEC Corporation of America.

In March NEC announced that its NeoFace face recognition technology achieved the highest performance evaluation in the Face in Video Evaluation (FIVE) testing performed by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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