Real time biometric surveillance from VeriLook- PI Newswire Reporting

Posted on December 26, 2011 by 

Neurotechnology, a provider of biometric identification technologies, has announced the availability of VeriLook Surveillance 2.0, a softwaredevelopment kit (SDK) for biometric face identification using live video streamsfrom single or multiple high-resolution digital surveillance cameras.

According to the company, the new product provides real-time identification of faces and can be used in a wide range of surveillance systems for retail andcommercial areas, entrance monitoring and counting, automated time-attendance systems, law enforcement applications and transportation security.

Neurotechnology explains that the new, integrated face tracking algorithm includes a dynamic face model which can adapt to visual appearance changes as subjects move across the scene. It continues tracking of subjects even when their faces briefly disappear from the frame or when they are partially blocked by other objects or even other faces (a common problem while tracking multiple faces).

READ THE ARTICLE FROM PI NEWSWIRE

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