CyberLink updates facial recognition platform with live video, recording features
CyberLink has added live video monitoring and video recording functionality in the latest update to its FaceMe Security biometric solution.
The update includes the new Monitor Add-on function, which enables security guards to monitor up to nine video streams while receiving event-based instant alerts, according to a release.
It also integrates the NVR (network video recorder) feature, making the facial recognition software an all-in-one security solution for all categories of organization, according to the company announcement.
“Since its first release, CyberLink’s FaceMe Security solution has been deployed to several sites, such as office facilities, manufacturing plants, and hospitals. With the new Monitor Add-on, FaceMe Security provides a complete end-to-end solution from access control, and time and attendance management to video archiving, and real-time monitoring,” said CyberLink CEO Dr. Jau Huang.
The updates make it possible for the FaceMe Security system to generate alerts when unauthorized or non-compliant persons are captured by IP cameras and identified by their face biometrics, and the NVR feature allows users to record, locate and replay recorded clips.
FaceMe Security is an intelligent system that runs on the FaceMe facial recognition engine, and can detect and identify individuals in a crowd, including those wearing masks, within milliseconds, states the release. FaceMe also finished third among 56 facial recognition systems in a recent biometric anti-spoofing challenge at ICCV 2021.
The system also measures body temperature, detects anyone not wearing a mask properly over their nose and mouth, and highlights blacklisted people.
The platform can be deployed in high-traffic areas that see up to 80,000 people per hour, and in mid-size environments with 2,000 to 6,000 persons per hour.