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Telpo releasing series of new face biometrics products

 

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Telpo has announced that it will be launching a series of new biometric facial recognition products on each of the three remaining Wednesdays of October 2020.

The Chinese technology provider said the products will be launched under the theme “SmartFace, the Security Key,” and that the launch events will take place on 14, 21 and 28 October, featuring guest speakers who will discuss biometric applications for the products.

According to a schedule published by Telpo, the first of the launch events takes place on Wednesday 14 October for the new “F8-Linux Android AI Face Recognition Machine” with the company’s Sales Director, Product Manager and Chief Technology Officer expected to make presentations. The time is from 19:00-20:00 (UTC+8) for all three events.

For the 21 October launch event, the “F2-Rugged Face Access Control Machine” will be unveiled by two Senior Sales Managers, while on 28 October, the General Manager and Product Director of Telpo will introduce the “F10-10-inch IP65 Face Recognition Machine.”

Telpo said during their new product launch virtual conference, attendees will able to discover more about their face recognition technology development, get clarifications on any doubts about face technology and other products, explore the benefits and value of the new face biometric products and solutions being released, and gain an understanding of how face recognition technology facilitates people’s daily lives, as well as get live demonstrations on product usage, the company says.

As per the company, their new product launch will bring present a ready-to-deploy SmartFace solution which will leverage facial recognition algorithms and software development kit (SDK). A registration platform for potential attendees of the launch conference has been created, meanwhile there is also the possibility of watching the event live on Telpo’s YouTube channel.

Telpo launched a durable, all-in-one multi-modal biometric tablet for a range of remote identification use cases last month.

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