Innovatrics on NIST FRVT biometric accuracy leaderboard with fast matching algorithm
The latest biometric facial recognition benchmarks show Innovatrics’ technology among the fastest for identifying people from large data sets. Innovatrics’ algorithm takes only 13 milliseconds to match a correct face from a dataset of 12 million people, according to the latest Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) 1:N Identification from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the company claims to be in the top 10 for overall accuracy.
The “Innovatrics-005” algorithm ranks in the top 30 in several categories related to matching mugshots.
“The identification algorithm is an integral part of our ABIS and SmartFace solutions. Speed and accuracy make a significant difference when searching large databases for precise matches, such as checking for duplicate drivers’ licenses,” explains Matus Kapusta, Innovatrics head of Government Solutions, “As you scale up the database to enroll more individuals into the biometric identity management system, the more efficient the Innovatrics face recognition algorithm performs compared to the competition.”
In the recent “1:1 Verification” report Innovatrics is listed among the top twenty algorithms supplied for the test based on broad accuracy, and fourth in the category for “CHILD EXP Photos” at FMR of 0.01 or lower.
The NIST FRVT benchmarks have been temporarily suspended, with the dates of the next reports to be determined.
Innovatrics is also hosting a webinar on “Configurable 5 Factor Online Identity Verification for Efficient Risk Management” on April 30.
The company’s Head of Product Management Daniel Ferak will discuss the use of the Innovatrics Digital Onboarding Toolkit (DOT) for remotely onboarding new clients and performing identity verification, ID detection, classification, and OCR recognition, face capture and live matching, liveness checks, age and gender estimation, and additional features such as NFC readers, barcode readers, and MRZ parsers.
Innovatrics also recently announced a Trust Score feature for its DOT and that its biometric technology works on people wearing face masks.