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Neurotechnology adds palm print recognition to its MegaMatcher multi-biometric product line

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Neurotechnology has added a palm print recognition modality to its MegaMatcher Accelerator and MegaMatcher ABIS multi-biometric solutions and announced enhanced palm print recognition support in MegaMatcher SDK. Palm print recognition can be used alone or in any combination with fingerprint, face and iris biometric modalities in both civil and forensic applications.

The latest FVC-onGoing test results had Neurotechnology’s palm print recognition algorithm ranked most accurate for both full and partial palm prints, fastest partial palm print matcher and fastest full-print matcher out of the five most accurate matchers.

“Responding to the growing demand for palm print biometrics, we have empowered the full MegaMatcher product line with our fast and accurate palm print recognition technology,” explains Denis Kacan, MegaMatcher ABIS product manager for Neurotechnology. “The updated MegaMatcher Accelerator with the new palm print modality provides the fastest palm print matching on the market and opens new possibilities for large scale multi-biometric systems with seamless integration of all supported biometrics – fingerprint, face, iris and palm print.”

MegaMatcher Accelerator is a software and hardware solution that provides high-speed, high-volume biometric identification for national-scale projects. According to the announcement, the MegaMatcher Accelerator Extended edition can manage up to 4,000,000 palm prints on a single server with a matching speed of 2,000,000 palm prints per second.

MegaMatcher ABIS is a turnkey biometric solution that is available as either on-premise software or a new cloud service and includes all of the algorithms and software necessary for the deployment of large-scale multi-biometric projects. Last year the Democratic Republic of Congo used MegaMatcher ABIS to identify more than 5 million duplicates in less than two months from multibiometric voter records.

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