Innovatrics AFIS solution is the fastest available on the market

4/15/2016

Innovatrics Algorithm Processes 720 Million Fingerprint Matches Per Second

The algorithm that is part of Innovatrics newest generation of AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) increased the speed of fingerprint matches by 88 percent, from 383 million last year to an incredible 720 million matches per second this year.

 

Innovatrics AFIS Fingerprint Matching Speed
Innovatrics AFIS Fingerprint Matching Speed

 

With enhanced performance from Innovatrics fingerprint recognition software, customers significantly reduce the time to go-to-market, and the number of required servers, allowing them to deliver and deploy projects in a shorter period of time.

This efficiency enables customers, such as national ID and social security agencies, travel and border control operations, elections commissions (for voter registration and verification), and commercial enterprises (for authentication of employees), to utilize their resources more effectively and reduce overall costs.

 

We are delighted that every generation of our algorithm delivers extraordinary results. With these results,  Innovatrics provides the fastest AFIS solution available on the market in identity management projects.

Jan Lunter, CEO, Innovatrics

These results were achieved on platforms based on a new 2S Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2697 v4 and compared with the previous one, a 2S Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2697 v3.

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