Neurotechnology has updated its flagship MegaMatcher 12 portfolio. MegaMatcher 12 debuted in September, providing interested customers with improved versions of all of the company’s biometric algorithms.
MegaMatcher 12.1 builds on that foundation, and introduces a slew of new features. Most notably, Neurotechnology has bolstered its facial recognition algorithm with single frame liveness detection and enhanced blink detection. It has also improved its mask detection capabilities, allowing the platform to do a better job of recognizing people with covered faces.
The fingerprint algorithm now offers better fingerprint segmentation, and gives users access to a special mode to enable matching in cases in which a fingerprint record does not have the proper resolution. Meanwhile, MegaMatcher 12.1 will run better on Android, iOS and Linux ARM platforms thanks to its upgraded face, fingerprint, and iris template extraction tech.
Finally, MegaMatcher 12.1 will offer support for the WebP image format, and will allow customers to use NBiometricClient to connect to the MegaMatcher ABIS. Doing so will make it easier to migrate applications that were originally designed to function at the local level.
MegaMatcher 12.1 arrives on the heels of SentiVeillance 8.0. The latest iteration of the Neurotechnology computer vision platform can detect masks, and can track the movements of people and vehicles through a larger space.
January 22, 2021 – by Eric Weiss