New AI engine boosts MorphoWave Compact biometric fingerprint performance
Idemia has added new artificial intelligence capabilities to its MorphoWave Compact touchless 3D biometric fingerprint terminal, significantly improving the terminal’s user experience and performance, according to a company announcement.
The MorphoWave Compact was launched last year to provide high-volume biometric scanning with an 86 percent smaller footprint than the MorphoWave Tower.
Idemia says the new AI-based embedded biometric engine improves matching speed by 85 percent, for a 25 percent increase in throughput speed to over 50 people per minute at each access point. The algorithms also increase matching accuracy, and enable capacity of up to 100,000 users for one-to-many identification. The company also says the new AI capabilities help the MorphoWave Compact process the most challenging fingerprints.
“Technology is evolving at an incredible rate and it is constantly challenging and redefining customer practices,” comments Idemia Connected Objects business unit Executive Vice President Yves Partalier. “At Idemia, innovation and pushing the boundaries is part of our DNA. This latest innovation is another step towards the future of biometric identification and allows us to remain a leader in Augmented Identity.”
The new AI-powered MorphoWave Compact will be launched at GSX (Global Security Exchange), September 8 to 12 in Chicago. The company also recently launched a new facial biometric product for high-traffic areas.
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