CyberLink pitches facial recognition technology for diverse IoT use cases

CyberLink pitches facial recognition technology for diverse IoT use cases

CyberLink is demonstrating its FaceMe facial recognition technology in smart devices for retail, access control, and office systems at CES, one of several AI companies from Taiwan showcasing IoT products at the Las Vegas conference.

ELECLEAN, Innolux, and Thunder Tiger presented “AIoT” devices at a press conference organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), along with CyberLink.

FaceMe provides store traffic analysis and visitor demographics for smart retail deployments to enable delivery of shopping experience enhancements and customized promotions in real-time, CyberLink says, and can be deployed to smart office systems to increase privacy for business professionals during video conferences by blurring the background. It helps hardware developers deploy advanced facial recognition with anti-spoofing capabilities for smart security systems, according to the announcement, in addition to its top 20 MegaFace Challenge placement.

“With more than five years of research and development in AI facial technology, FaceMe is ranked as the top-class facial recognition solution for multiple AIoT applications,” says CyberLink CEO Dr. Jau Huang. “To achieve advanced cross-platform integration, FaceMe is also optimized for edge computing devices, which help hardware providers implement FaceMe into existing systems for lightning-fast response times and enhanced performance.”

The company is also showcasing its new AI-powered smart office camera plug-in PerfectCam 2 at CES.

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