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Inuitive, SensibleVision release low latency 3D biometric facial recognition tech

Inuitive, SensibleVision release low latency 3D biometric facial recognition tech

Inuitive has partnered with SensibleVision to deliver contactless, low latency 3D biometric facial recognition for a seamless customer experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, the company announced.

By combining SensibleVision’s 3DSafe software with Inuitive’s NU4000AI vision processing chip, the new platform performs in-motion identification of people keeping two meters apart as per social distancing guidelines. The innovative biometric solution can replace payment exchange, identification or cardkeys, opening doors or touching buttons, to prevent the spread of coronavirus at border checkpoints, public transportation, hotels, enterprise campuses, POS transactions, office buildings and hospitals.

“Our collaboration with Inuitive reflects SensibleVision’s focus on developing innovative products that help keep people and information safe,” said George Brostoff, CEO and co-founder of SensibleVision, in a prepared statement. “Admittedly, that means something a little different in the middle of a pandemic. But we’re proud that our technology can be leveraged to literally save lives as well as help keep business, many of which are struggling due to concerns around disease spread, open.”

“Inuitive offers a turnkey solution to support SensibleVision’s goal of delivering solutions that improve security without sacrificing the customer experience,” said Shlomo Gadot, CEO and founder of Inuitive, in a prepared statement. “By leveraging our complementary strengths, I believe that together we can help solve some of the key public health problems businesses, hospitals and other organizations are facing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.”

Brostoff contributed a guest post on how biometric technology can help reduce contact with shared surfaces to Biometric Update earlier in May.

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