NIST FRVT – top performer in all categories
Innovatrics face recognition technology, IFace, is a top performer across all categories in NIST Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT).
This result further confirms the stunning accuracy of Innovatrics technology and its suitability for facial authentication use cases. The evaluation uses very large sets of facial imagery to measure the performance of face recognition algorithms developed in commercial and academic communities worldwide.
What has Innovatrics achieved?
In the latest version of the Ongoing Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT), as published by NIST on 25th August 2017, the Innovatrics face recognition algorithm demonstrated its outstanding accuracy by ranking among the best across each of the five datasets. These datasets were: Visa Images, Mugshot Images, Selfie Images, Webcam Images, and Wild Images.
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What is NIST FRVT?
Face Recognition Vendor Tests (FRVT) provide independent evaluations of commercially available and prototype face recognition technologies. The last result was published in 2013. As of 2017, FRVT is conducted on a continuing basis and will remain open indefinitely such that developers may submit their algorithms to NIST whenever they are ready. The 2017-08-25 report includes results for thirty two face recognition algorithms.
How is the testing done?
The FRVT measures the performance of automated face recognition technologies applied to a wide range of civil, law enforcement and homeland security applications including verification of visa images, de-duplication of passports, and recognition across photojournalism images. In all cases the input image contains one face only.
Performance reports include measurements of accuracy, speed, storage and memory consumption, and resilience. In its initial form, FRVT has one assessment track, for face verification. For more information, visit the FRVT ongoing webpage.