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Surround surveillance: Hexagon AB adds another dimension with Tacticaware deal

Hexagon AB, a provider of sensor, software and autonomous transportation solutions, announced the acquisition of Tacticaware, a provider of LiDAR-based…


Contactless biometrics and fever detection demand, digital ID credentials top industry news this week

The biometrics industry continues to adjust to the global lockdown with new offerings for fever detection, attempts to find early…


Biometrics research briefs: facial recognition revenues to grow at 14.5 percent CAGR to 2027

The worldwide facial recognition market will increase at a CAGR of 14.5 percent to reach $9.93 billion by 2027, Grand…


AnyVision to supply fever detection system that differentiates high temperature causes to Israel hospital

Thermal cameras from AnyVision that can differentiate between different causes of elevated body temperature, but do not include facial biometrics,…


Sunwin rolls out buses with facial biometrics, mask and fever detection for safer public transport

Shanghai Sunwin Bus Corporation has begun rolling out what it calls a “Healthcare Bus” with integrated facial biometrics and thermal…


SenseTime develops biometric identification system for masked faces as Chinese companies adapt to crisis

The Coronavirus outbreak is providing challenges for Chinese authorities that may also be opportunities for biometrics companies like SenseTime and…


Research shows gains in biometric identification from thermal images as contracts increase

A scene in the science-fiction film The Matrix Reloaded shows the simulated thermal image of actor Hugo Weaving’s angry face….


Thermal sensor maker HGH launches new 360-degree optical system for U.S. army market

Infrared optical systems maker HGH has introduced the third generation of its SPYNEL-U 360-degree thermal and visible imaging sensor, which…


Researchers develop facial recognition method that works in the dark

Researchers at the Institute of Anthropomatics & Robotics and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have developed a new facial recognition method…


Explainer: Facial Thermography

In the mid-1990s, it was demonstrated by scientist Francine J. Prokoski that facial thermograms are unique to individuals, and that…

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