Lithuania-based Neurotechnology has announced a new upgrade to its MegaMatcher multimodal biometric platform.
MegaMatcher 10 offers several improvements to its previous iteration. The company says its fingerprint algorithms offer enhanced accuracy on lower-quality images, and improved interoperability with other vendors’ technology; while its face scanning offers better age detection, and iris scanning has been improved to enable the capture of eyes from various angles and in the visible light spectrum. Voice recognition also now offers greater accuracy.
Other improvements include updated standards support, such as for ICAO; new liveness detection capabilities for Android applications; and a new version of the Automated Biometric Identification System with various improvements.
The update arrives hot on the heels of the launch of SentiVeillance Server, Neurotechnology’s new facial recognition solution for video surveillance; and very soon after last month’s announcement of a new version of its MegaMatcher Accelerator large-scale biometric matching system.
June 21, 2017 – by Alex Perala