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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).

 

Paravision improves facial recognition accuracy by 30% with Gen 6 suite launch

Paravision has launched its sixth-generation facial recognition product suite, Paravision Gen 6. The algorithms behind the product have scored high…

 

Oosto branching out with cloud-to-edge pivot

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SynSense raises new funding for 3D edge vision chips, expects to reach $29M in B round

Neuromorphic chip maker SynSense is expecting to raise more than 200 million RMB ($29 million) in its B round funding,…

 

SynSense secures $10M to advance low-power vision processing SoC to mass production

Neuromorphic engineering company SynSense has announced the close of its $10M Pre-B+ round with funding led by Ausvic Capital. The…

 

Edge AI options expand with appliance partnership, Innovatrics facial recognition toolkit

Innovatrics has launched a new facial recognition toolkit for edge devices and smart cameras. Gorilla, Lanner and Hailo are also…

 

Vivotek unveils edge computing facial recognition camera

A trio of edge AI developers have revealed new technologies that bring biometric storage and processing close to the place…

 

Mouser debuts NXP facial recognition and 3D liveness detection kit

Mouser Electronics, a global distributor of electronic and chip components, has announced it is selling NXP Semiconductors’ SLN-VIZN3D-IOT development kit…

 

Smart cities advance: Taiwan invests in Iveda, Remark partners with Aaeon

Several smart city projects have advanced in the last few weeks. Arizona-based surveillance firm Iveda has announced several new clients…

 

Privately bringing on-device biometrics and age estimation to diverse market sectors

The desire to protect children from inappropriate content and goods is bound up with broader concerns about trust in the…

 

Innovatrics launches edge facial recognition for high-performance remote deployments

Innovatrics has launched edge facial recognition software to deliver high-performance directly on cameras or devices connected to them. The new…

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