Ever since smartphone companies began offering facial recognition as a PIN alternative, it has become present in everyday life.
In other areas such as access control the biometric method has been used for a number of years, and the field of application is continuing to expand.
Simultaneously, the demands on facial recognition systems are increasing, seeking large amounts of data to be processed in the shortest possible time.
DERMALOG’s facial recognition is setting new standards.
The Hamburg-based biometrics manufacturer claims they can compare up to 1 billion faces per second, which would set a new world record.
For example, matching all of the 511 million citizens of the European Union, the system would require just a split second.
(At CeBit, Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel visited with DERMALOG together with the Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe, to view the company’s three most important biometrics in use: fingerprint, face and iris recognition as well as DERMALOG´s multi-biometrics system. Courtesy of DERMALOG and YouTube. Posted on Apr 26, 2018)