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biometrics at the edge

Edge computing is defined as the storage and processing of data by resources deployed in closer proximity to the end-user or data collection point, rather than a distant data center or cloud. This proximity can be used in latency-reducing architectures, and could also have privacy, regulatory, and cost benefits. Many predicted growth areas for biometrics and edge computing overlap, including smart cities and the internet of things (IoT).

 

Researchers develop EdgeFace, a face recognition model for resource-constrained edge devices

Scientists have developed EdgeFace, a novel face recognition model optimized for use on devices with limited processing power and storage….

 

Telit Cinterion, Alif Semiconductor develop a reference design for an intelligent edge camera

Telit Cinterion, a company specializing in IoT solutions, has partnered with Alif Semiconductor, a manufacturer of microcontrollers designed for edge…

 

Herta launches facial recognition public safety project, awarded EU Seal of Excellence

Herta Security has launched a new video surveillance and security project that includes real-time threat detection and facial recognition, which…

 

Smart home market embracing edge biometrics for improved security and privacy

Smart home systems, equipped with biometric recognition capabilities, are generating a substantial amount of data through their IoT devices, typically…

 

Local cloud vies for role in India’s facial recognition surveillance systems

In recent years, both the private and public sectors in India have increasingly adopted facial recognition systems to transform video…

 

Is edge-to-cloud the future of facial recognition systems?

The increasing demand for edge computing technology is driven by its integration of various cutting-edge advancements, such as complex AI…

 

Suprema showcases edge biometrics at global partner gathering, joins with Veris

South Korean biometrics for access control firm Suprema hosts clients from more than 50 countries at its 12th Global Partner…

 

Konami and Xailient partner on edge facial recognition for gambling machines

Konami Gaming’s computer vision platform for gambling machines is being integrated with edge facial recognition capabilities from Xailient Inc. to…

 

In-car AI imaging systems being refined for autonomous driving

The rapid progress in autonomous vehicle technology is being driven by the integration of advanced computer vision technology, which incorporates…

 

Suprema updates BioStation for access control with edge fingerprint biometrics

Suprema is touting a new fingerprint recognition scanner that leverages deep learning algorithms for biometric access control. The Suprema BioStation…

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