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Biometric surveillance, access control and workforce management on display at Intersec 2020

Biometric surveillance, access control and workforce management on display at Intersec 2020

Vivotek has partnered with CyberLink to equip its IP surveillance solutions with CyberLink’s FaceMe AI facial recognition engine. The Taiwanese companies will showcase the collaboration next week at Intersec 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The technology will be integrated with network cameras and backend video management software, according to Owen Chen, Chairman of Vivotek, to ensure accuracy in facial recognition alerts based on both blacklists and whitelists.

“Entering the era of AIoT, we will continue global partnerships to accelerate and enhance video applications by joining forces with industry-leading analytic software providers,” Chen said.

“The demand for facial recognition is booming, driven by the latest IoT and AIoT innovations, and enabling a wide array of scenarios across industries such as security, home and public safety, retail, banking and more. Each application is dependent on the performance of the cameras used to capture faces,” said Dr. Jau Huang, CyberLink’s founder and CEO.

CyberLink recently participated in the Intel Edge Computing Solution Summit which unites IoT industry leaders to share AI edge computing-related insights and opportunities.

HID Global enterprise-focused end-to-end solutions

HID Global is joining this year’s Intersec event to present enhanced enterprise-focused end-to-end solutions for organizations in the Middle East.

“Digital Transformation, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud-based solutions are key trends driving investment in secure access solutions,” said Wisam Yaghmour, Regional Sales Director – Physical Access Control, HID Global. “Current market analytics predict an 8 percent annual growth of access control in the Middle East in the upcoming years, and HID Global is well positioned to meet this growth with a robust portfolio of solutions designed to cater to the complexities of cloud and IoT environments.”

HID Global’s presentation of Physical Access Control and Secure Card Issuance technologies will include a hands-on demonstration of its card printing solutions and IDS, its cloud-based card issuance solution for seamless on-boarding and credential issuance, and its fingerprint reader which leverages multispectral imaging technology. HID Global will also demonstrate Seos credential technology that uses advanced encryption and software-based infrastructure to secure trusted identities.

Invixium access control and workforce management solutions

Invixium will be demonstrating a number of enhancements to its biometric access control and workforce management solutions at this year’s Intersec, including a more responsive IXM WEB 2.1 software platform, a new IXM MERGE 2 biometric device with an optical sensor for enhanced durability, and certified fingerprint and finger vein scanners integration solutions from Integrated Biometrics and Hitachi respectively. Invixium will also be demonstrating Titan, which the company claims to be the most advanced biometric solution engineered.

The updated IXM WEB 2.1 Biometric Software Platform will make its debute at Intersec. It includes support for OSDP 2.0, TLS 1.2 encryption to ensure data protection and privacy, drill-down functionality for dashboard reports, advanced filter options for targeted reporting, and full integration of the new IXM MERGE 2. MERGE 2 is equipped with an optical sensor and a metal backplate as a heatsink, Corning Gorilla Glass for protection, multicolor LED status indicators, anti-shock and vandal protection, IPS capacitive touchscreen for PIN access, on-device enrollment and soft key inputs and PoE for fast and easy installation. MERGE 2 supports multiple RFID card technologies for access control and workforce management applications.

Invixium will also feature third-party products that were embedded into the IXM WEB biometric software ecosystem, such as the FBI certified single and multi-finger Columbo, Kojak and Five-O branded scanners from Integrated Biometrics and the H1 USB finger vein desktop scanner from Hitachi.

The IXM TITAN Multi-Biometric Device that incorporates facial recognition and fingerprint or vein authentication will also be presented.

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