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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).

 

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…

 

Smart home facial recognition system processes biometric data locally to minimize risk

Smart home devices are now smart enough to process image data without sending it into the cloud, according to a…

 

Innovatrics and Hailo collaborate on edge facial recognition for security, access control

Innovatrics is partnering with Hailo to develop facial recognition solutions with high energy efficiency and easy deployment for public security…

 

Watch: Watch: Biometrics at the edge

Edge computing is one of the major trends in infrastructure for IT systems, including those that use artificial intelligence. But…

 

New 3D sensors track body posture with wristband, integrate processing

Researchers from Cornell University have developed a wristband capable of tracking an entire body’s posture in 3D. The device, called…

 

Innovatrics, Tech5, ID R&D and EdgeIR insiders to discuss edge biometrics in webinar

Edge computing continues to play a key role in an increasing number of biometric applications involving various modalities. Biometric Update…

 

Synaptics buys Israeli AI sensing vendor for a reported $10M

Interface hardware maker Synaptics says it has bought AI visual sensing vendor Emza Visual Sense. Emza was bought from Taiwan-based…

 

Oosto updates biometric platform, deploys it in gambling casino

Oosto has updated its Vision Artificial Intelligence software with several new features. The company has also introduced a proprietary edge…

 

Wicket, CyberLink, Synaptics form partnerships for biometrics at the edge

Several companies have recently formed partnerships to deploy biometric and edge tools for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Verizon partnered…

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