Innovatrics Launches IFace SDK 3.0

1/24/2017

Powerful facial biometric technology

Following a period of extensive R&D, we are pleased to announce the launch of IFace SDK 3.0, the next generation of our powerful facial biometric technology. Features include enhanced real-time identification and authentication (1:1 matching), multi-face tracking and people analytics including age and gender profiling. The technology was designed with ease of integration in mind and is based on deep neural networks, a cutting edge technology which has resulted in dramatic improvements in facial recognition accuracy and overall matching speed.

Multimodal identity management solutions

IFace 3.0 represents a significant milestone for Innovatrics. Early evaluations put us alongside the top vendors in terms of matching speed and accuracy. This aligns with our vision of having an exceptional facial biometric technology to complement our fingerprint technology which has been an industry leader for over a decade. We are now in a unique position to deliver powerful multimodal identity management solutions for projects of all sizes.

Integration to commercial solutions

IFace SDK has already been successfully integrated into a number of AFIS deployments including border control and civil identification projects. It is also available as a standalone SDK or can be integrated into countless commercial solutions such as mobile banking applications, event security systems and people analytics.

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