CyberLink is bringing its FaceMe facial recognition platform to Computex 2019 in Taiwan. The company will be showcasing a number of different applications of the technology, including retail, banking, access control, and robotics.
“Facial recognition is currently one of the most exciting areas for innovation, and many industries are eager to add this new technology into their products and solutions,” said CyberLink CEO Jau Huang. “It is CyberLink’s mission to build the best AI facial recognition engine and help providers deploy this technology into their applications.”
To demonstrate the potential, CyberLink will be displaying a range of products that have emerged through various corporate partnerships, each of which utilize FaceMe in some capacity. The lineup includes smart kiosks from DataVan and Micro Program, the aiSage from Acer, a biometric terminal from TASHI, and the Ayuda customer service robot from Syscom.
FaceMe has rapidly gained traction since its debut in September of 2018. The platform performed well in the latest rounds of the NIST’s Face Recognition Vendor Test, while CyberLink recently teamed with Altek to develop a 3D depth-sensing chip. Computex visitors will be able to find CyberLink at Booth #S0704a in the SmarTEX Showroom at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center from May 28th to June 1st.
May 24, 2019 – by Eric Weiss