Saturday, 28 de February de 2015

Noticias y opinión en Visión Artificial


Océ presenta sus nuevos escáneres color de gran formato

La compañía especializada en gestión documental e impresión en entornos profesionales ha presentado el nuevo escáner de tecnología CIS, Océ CS4236, y la nueva gama de escáneres CCD, Océ CS4300.

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Los parlamentarios italianos votarán con sus huellas digitales para evitar fraudes

Es habitual en la Cámara la figura del "pianista", el diputado o senador que en las votaciones alarga la mano para pulsar también el botón del voto de su compañero de partido ausente

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SeMarket abre oficina en Santiago de Chile

SeMarket empresa líder en soluciones de gestión de identidades, biometría y firma electrónica ha abierto una oficina comercial y de representación en Santiago de Chile, con la que se pretende dar cobertura al mercado chileno y  latinoamericano. La apertura de esta nueva oficina responde a una estrategia de expansión de la compañía que tiene como principal objetivo ofrecer un mejor servicio a sus clientes y canal de socios estratégicos en Latinoamérica.

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La biometría de SecuGen para las facturaciones médicas

SecuGen Corporation anunció que Biometric Technologies Inc. ha integrado el SecuGen Hamster IV al BIOCLAIM, el software insignia de la compañía. BIOCLAIM es la única solución de facturación médica que ofrece confirmación biométrica de que un paciente está realmente presente al recibir los servicios de salud.

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SecurLinx Unveils IDTrac - A Biometric Solution to Check Fraud

Securlinx Corporation announced the introduction of IDTrac, a biometrically enabled check fraud prevention system. IDTrac grew out of SecurLinx' FaceTrac system. IDTrac applies facial recognition technology to live surveillance camera output and the photo located on an ID card presented along with the bank draft.

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e-Smart Technologies to Introduce Next Generation 'I AM' Smart Card Technology at Cartes 2008 in Paris

e-Smart Technologies to Introduce Next Generation 'I AM' Smart Card Technology at Cartes 2008 in Paris.

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15 Hot New Technologies That Will Change Everything

Memristor circuits lead to ultrasmall PCs. Intel and AMD unleash massively multicore CPUs. Samsung TVs respond to your every gesture. These and other developing technologies will fundamentally change the way you think about - and use - technology.

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Smartmatic revoluciona el registro y autenticación de personas con PARmobile®

El lanzamiento del nuevo dispositivo de Smartmatic para la recolección de información biográfica y biométrica se realizará en CARTES & Identification 2008.

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If looks could kill

Security experts reckon the latest technology can detect hostile intentions before something bad happens. Unless it is perfect, though, that may be bad in itself.

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Access Control Goes 'Beyond Biometrics,' Says Priva Technologies

An airport security program under way at BWI Thurgood Marshall International Airport here "has put a new emphasis on the need for greater use in airports of stronger identity verification technology," according to Paul Onorato, president of the Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations [CAPA]. Onorato made his remarks at a recent Airports Council International-North America panel discussion on airport security.

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HSBC gets biometric

HSBC is to use facial recognition security to strengthen security at its data centres, after successful tests.

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Brown Scientists Create Program To Calculate Body Shape

Computer scientists at Brown University have created a computer program that for the first time can accurately estimate the human body's shape from digital images or video. Brown has filed two provisional patents covering the technology, which may be used in the fashion, film, video gaming and sports medicine industries, as well as forensics.

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Mummy, that robot is making faces at me

Robotics engineers at the University of Bristol, UK, have been grimacing a lot recently, thanks to their copycat robotic head, Jules, which can mimic the facial expressions and lip movements of a human being.

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Premio a sistema de cirugía facial

Un nuevo programa de imágenes computacionales que podría transformar el tratamiento de la cirugía facial, quemaduras, ortodoncia y otros trastornos ganó un importante premio científico.

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Airports Propose Biometric Framework

AAAE and ACI-NA urged TSA/DHS to test biometric credentials and biometric access control systems at airports based on a framework developed jointly by the two organizations.

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Google Makes PDF Files Searchable

Google is using optical character recognition software to allow users to search Web-based PDF files. Google says the OCR technology will not only be used for indexing and searching PDFs, but may also be used for Google Book Search. Google's use of OCR for PDFs underscores the need for search engines to be able to scan multimedia content.

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Biometric database bill passes first vote

Knesset okays controversial biometrics bill, turns it over to Constitution, Law and Justice Committee for further legislation. If passed, will compel citizens to make fingerprints available to government, or risk jail.

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Fingerprint system to safeguard nursery

A LOUGHBOROUGH nursery is to become the first in the town - and possibly the borough - to install a state-of-the-art fingerprint recognition entry system.

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NSW Department of Corrective Services eyes-off local biometrics product

Australian biometrics specialist, Argus Solutions, has won an order from the NSW Department of Corrective Services (NSW DCS) for the supply of its identity management solution.

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Brit Police To Get Handheld Fingerprinting Devices

Britain is also considering a database to store all phone and e-mail traffic in the country. Such a database could store patterns of Web usage, including phone numbers dialed, Web sites visited and the e-mail addresses used. By the end of 2008, ID cards with biometric data such as fingerprints will be compulsory for non-European nationals.

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