I-Cube releases evaluation face recognition software

March/April 2004 Access Control & Identity Management

An evaluation version of I-Cube's FRS (face recognition system) affords users the opportunity to explore the full range of possibilities for biometric authentication within their organisation without a major up-front investment in software and hardware peripherals.

According to I-Cube's Barry Dudley, its FRS provides the following leading-edge functionality:

* Tracking of multiple faces simultaneously in realtime.

* Enrolment of facial images from a live or recorded video stream.

* Enrolment of facial images from a static image (JPEG).

* Identification (one-to-many authentication) from a video stream.

* Verification (one-to-one authentication) from a video stream.

* Database search of static images for a specific individual.

Says Dudley, "To help users in their proof-of-concept activities, the I-Cube package includes the ability to link to a camera, a proximity card reader, a fingerprint reader, a relay output card, and demonstration applications. The system also provides a full OCX interface to allow you to integrate any component of the system into custom applications written in Microsoft Visual C++ or Visual Basic.

For more information contact Barry T. Dudley, I-Cube, 031 764 3077, [email protected], www.i-cube.co.za


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