Face to face with Suprema FaceLite

May 2019 Editor's Choice, Access Control & Identity Management, News, Products

Suprema has announced the launch of FaceLite, the company’s new generation compact face recognition terminal. The new technology will be launched at Securex SA 2019.

FaceLite is designed for both enterprise access control systems and time attendance applications. Loaded with a 1.2 GHz CPU and a massive 8 GB of memory, FaceLite achieves matching speeds of up to 3000 matches per second, support 1:3 000 in identification mode and accommodates up to 30 000 users in verification mode (user ID/card/mobile credential).

It features an intuitive face-enrolment GUI for faster user registration and also incorporates built-in counter measures to detect fake face threats, thereby out performing other visual face recognition technologies that are flooding the market and which pose huge security risks. On the optical side, the new face recognition technology overcomes possible interference from dynamic lighting conditions including sunlight and ambient light. The new technology allows for a greater range of operating illuminance from zero lux to 25 000 lux which covers almost every possible lighting condition, whether indoor or outdoor (under cover), day or night.

While providing the face-matching performance of FaceStation 2, the company’s flagship face recognition terminal, FaceLite comes in a compact structure to provide extra flexibility in installation. For RF card support, FaceLite features dual-frequency, multi-card reading technology. The device supports both 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz frequencies and reads most types of RFID card standards with a single device including MIFARE, DESFire, FeliCa and EM. To meet the popular demand for mobile credentials (smartphone authentication) FaceLite also supports both BLE and NFC technologies.

“FaceLite reflects Suprema’s commitment to technology leadership and market focus. There are growing demands for contactless biometrics which provides enhanced user convenience and hygiene while maintaining a higher level of security,” said Hanchul Kim, director of global business at Suprema. “Our new generation facial recognition technology offers greater practicality and robustness by offering increased operating illuminance, height range and user capacity.”

Be sure not to miss FaceLite at Securex SA where Suprema will be showcasing its range of biometric access control systems, time and attendance devices, fingerprint/live scanners and embedded fingerprint modules at Securex 2019 in Hall 2, Stand A0-2b.



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