Less than 0,3 seconds per face

1 July 2020 Access Control & Identity Management

ProFace X [TD] is an upgraded version of the ProFace product line, which is designed to deal with all kinds of scenarios. Powered by the ZKTeco-customised CPU for running the company’s facial recognition algorithm and the latest computer vision technology, ProFace X [TD] supports both facial and palm verification with large capacity and rapid recognition speed.

ProFace X [TD] also helps eliminate hygiene concerns; not only because of the contactless recognition technology it is equipped with, but also because of the new functions: namely body temperature detection and masked individual identification.

The facial recognition capability has reached a new height in the biometrics technology industry with a maximum of 50 000 facial templates, recognition speed of less than 0,3 seconds per face, and anti-spoofing capabilities against almost all types of fake photos and video attacks.

In addition, the 3-in-1 palm recognition (palm shape, palm print and palm vein) is performed in 0,35 seconds per hand; the palm data acquired will be compared with a maximum of 5000 palm templates.


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