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Imageonix delivers Ayonix 3D facial recognition to US market

 

Technology distributor Imageonix Technologies will now offer a series of facial recognition products through its partnership with Tokyo-based Ayonix.

According to a company statement, Ayonix’s facial recognition product is among the fastest 3-D facial recognition software in the world, and is equipped with product applications for consumer product marketing, global security, and the medical industry.

Imageonix leverages a global network of technology providers in three key areas including critical infrastructure systems support, wide-area public surveillance, and safe/smart city systems for municipalities. The addition of Ayonix’ 3-D facial recognition technology will provide domestic security and media verticals with a fast, accurate, and efficient solution.

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