Aratek presents TruFace facial recognition at China’s largest security event
Aratek will showcase its biometric identity solutions including terminals, scanners and modules, with a special focus on its new facial recognition system TruFace, at China Public Security Expo (CPSE), China’s largest security event between October 28 and November 1 in Shenzen, the company announced.
“China’s rapid and continuous growth drives innovation in all industries, most especially in security technology, and Aratek is right in the forefront of this,” says Samuel Wu, Aratek’s VP for Sales, International Business Department. “The CPSE 2019 is the perfect platform for showing the Chinese market how the new TruFace and rest of our superior biometric systems can provide powerful solutions to real-world problems.”
According to Wu, the solution comes with live facial recognition capabilities enabled by the company’s patented TrustFace algorithm. TruFace integrates a built-in HDR dual-camera that detects ambient lighting levels and then controls the near-infrared LED accordingly to capture images in all lighting environments.
“It’s algorithm-based, meaning the live face detection system is not hardware-dependent. This makes TruFace an inexpensive and reliable solution for many identification and authentication applications,” he explains.
In Shenzen, Aratek will also demonstrate its Marshall all-in-one biometric handheld device and large portfolio of fingerprint-based identification and authentication terminals and modules.
“A growing number of industries are now relying on Aratek’s technology to power a whole sweep of applications – financial services, border control, social welfare distribution, voter registration and authentication, census, SIM card activation, and mobile time and attendance management are just some of them and more will come very soon,” Wu said.
Two weeks ago, Aratek introduced its TruFace line of facial recognition terminals at SDW Asia 2019 in Singapore and the company displayed its Marshall device at SDW and ID4Africa earlier this year.
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