CyberLink featuring its AI facial recognition engine at IoT Asia 2019
CyberLink announced its upcoming participation in IoT Asia 2019 where the company will showcase its cross-platform AI facial recognition engine in a range of smart retail, smart security, and smart city solutions.
CyberLink’s FaceMe can be flexibly implemented into edge computing platforms and supports Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS operating systems. The FaceMe SDK enables software and hardware providers to integrate facial recognition technology into existing systems, such as digital signage, kiosks, door security, and service robots.
FaceMe recently placed in the top 20 in the MegaFace Challenge with a TAR of 98.41 percent, and a false acceptance rate (FAR) of less than 10-6 (0.000001).
“As a global leader in AI technology, CyberLink strives to provide the most flexible, cross-industry AI solutions to its clients,” explains Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink. “CyberLink will be showing our FaceMe AI Facial Recognition Engine designed for edge computing. We look forward to showcasing our technology and meeting with other industry pioneers to develop partnerships that bring facial recognition into a wide range of applications.”
CyberLink will also showcase various partner solutions including Acer’s aiSage edge computing device, Taishi’s IP-Based Biometric Terminal MT430, and Altek Corp.’s 3D depth sensing chip.
IoT Asia is a important platform for the IoT industry and has fostered partnerships between governments, businesses, and technology providers throughout Asia. The 2019 event will be held March 27 and 28 in Singapore. Attendees can meet with the CyberLink team and demo FaceMe at the Taiwan Showroom, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).
CyberLink is also demonstrating its technology at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas this month.