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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).

 

Hardware maker AOPEN announces Digital Engines for edge facial recognition

Global technology company AOPEN has announced a new line of AI-enabled Digital Engines for edge visual computing, which the company…

 

NEC provides demo real-time facial recognition system for 5G lab

NEC has announced that the DOCOMO 5G Open Lab OKINAWA has provisioned a demo facial recognition system leveraging Multi-access Edge…

 

Etron and Kneron partner for natural light 3D facial recognition at the edge

Etron Technology has partnered with Kneron and 3D imaging Etron subsidiary eYs3D to develop a 3D sensing solution for ‘Artificial…

Innovative Technology

Innovative Technology offer a range of cutting-edge, non-intrusive, AI-powered biometric solutions. Using facial analysis to intelligently identify people more efficiently…

 

Ambarella launches camera processor for real-time facial recognition on edge devices

Computer vision semiconductor company Ambarella has introduced a new camera system-on-chip (SoC) which powers real-time facial recognition on edge devices….

 

CyberLink pitches facial recognition technology for diverse IoT use cases

CyberLink is demonstrating its FaceMe facial recognition technology in smart devices for retail, access control, and office systems at CES,…

 

Sensory launches always-listening edge AI for smart home devices

Sensory has launched a new software product to embed always-listening AI into consumer electronics, which can identify common and critical…

 

Syntiant raises $25 million in Series B funding to develop speech processors for edge devices

Artificial intelligence semiconductor company Syntiant Corp. announced that it has raised $25 million in Series B funding to support its…

 

New NXP developer tools enable machine learning biometrics on edge devices

NXP Semiconductors has launched an edge intelligence software environment for edge node developers to build machine learning applications in the…

 

Camvi addressed biometrics on the edge at FedID

Last week at the Federal Identity Forum and Exposition (FedID 18) Camvi Technologies was invited to speak at the Law…

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