Tuesday, 9 de February de 2016

Noticias y opinión en Visión Artificial


Live Luggage desarrolla un equipaje biométrico

Live Luggage, un fabricante de equipajes de gran calidad, ha creado una maleta de mano, llamada BioCase, que se cierra mediante un escáner de huellas digitales, según un artículo de Crunch Gear.

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Identification Technology Partners, Inc. Announces Its Architecture for a Smart Card Mutual Registration Mechanism

NORTH POTOMAC, Md.-Identification Technology Partners, Inc. (IDTP) announced that it has developed a smart card application architecture referred to as Mutual Registration – Personal Identity Verification (MR-PIV™). IDTP is a leader in secure identity credentialing and promotes the broad use of smart cards in secure physical access systems (PACS).

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VeriLook Surveillance SDK Provides Real-Time Face Identification Using Video Surveillance Cameras

Detects Faces in Motion, Matches with Watch-list Databases and Reports Results in Real Time

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Control facial para el iPod

Con un Mimi Switch un guiño, parpadeo o mueca puede significar que se adelante una canción, detenga la música o se suba el volumen.

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Modelo automático de seguimiento de orientación de caras

Investigadores de la Universidad de Alcalá (UAH) desarrollan un sistema de visión artificial capaz de reconocer la orientación de una cara sin necesidad de identificación ni entrenamientos previos.

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M2SYS Selected by BSSL Technologies Limited for Innovative Biometric Fingerprint Software Solution

Nigerian IT Firm Integrates Award-Winning Fingerprint Recognition Technology into Human Capital System.

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Biometric Access Control Pilot Adding More Airports

An industry-led effort to create a framework that will allow different ways for the nation's airports to adopt standards for biometric enabled access control for their employees is in the early phases of a pilot project that includes six airports with three more on the way.

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Un ojo biónico permite a un invidente ver luz después de 30 años

Un invidente británico puede percibir la luz después de 30 años de total oscuridad gracias a un ojo biónico que le ha sido implantado en un hospital británico, informó hoy la cadena pública BBC.

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AOptix Releases InSight™ 2 Meter Iris Recognition System

CAMPBELL, Calif. --(Business Wire)-- AOptix Technologies, Inc. (www.aoptix.com), today announced the commercial product release of InSight™, their highly innovative iris recognition system. The InSight, which operates at a nominal 2 meter stand-off distance, employs the company's proprietary Adaptive Optics technology to fully automate the subject experience. It is targeted at a variety of end-users, including border and immigration control, ID card programs, aviation security, and access control applications.

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How to get gigapixel photos from a cheap digicam

The best professional digital cameras can capture photos containing tens of megapixels. But, thanks to an affordable robotic tripod, it is now possible to use a consumer camera to take images in the gigapixel range – like this one of President Obama's inauguration.

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Gambia: Biometrics Companies Present Registration Solutions to Stake Holders

The Independent Electoral Commission has invited both National and International Companies to make presentations on Biometrics as a modern technology in Voter registration. All the presentations were conducted at the Baobab Lodge in Bijilo.

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School puts a brave face on biometrics

A Cambridgeshire college has dropped the traditional register to pilot a facial recognition system, raising concerns for parents

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Iris at a distance not mature enough, says UAE

The Ministry of Interior in the United Arab Emirates has told the monthly biometric journal Biometric Technology Today (http://www.biometrics-today.com) that it tested and subsequently rejected Iris at a Distance technology, having trialled it at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

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Pasaportes: a partir 2010 será obligatoria libreta biométrica

Desde la captura de los datos del ciudadano hasta la entrega del pasaporte,se sigue un estricto proceso que garantiza la seguridad de los viajeros

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Biometrics customers are increasingly basing their purchase decision on product reliability and customer support

Biometrics has rapidly emerged as a reliable and robust answer to the identity challenges of the 21st century. The use of biometric technology is fast gaining prominence in the commercial sector with time and attendance and physical access control being the primary drivers.

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Canada to introduce biometric visas for visitors

The Canadian government is proposing to introduce a biometric system for visitors to Canada.


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Cognitec Exhibitor at Border Security 2009

Dresden/Warsaw, Cognitec Systems GmbH, - a leader in face recognition technology and systems, will be presenting its latest line of products at the Border Security 2009 to be held in Warsaw, Poland from March 4th - March 5th, 2009.

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AOptix Releases InSight™ 2 Meter Iris Recognition System

Effortless subject experience is an industry first

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Crean un ordenador robótico que se manipula a distancia, con los gestos de las manos

En la LIFT Conference 2009, celebrada en Ginebra, dos inventores han presentado un curioso ordenador, el QB1. Con un diseño sobrio y articulado, esta máquina está revestida de un material negro y, cuando reconoce a alguien, su pantalla se gira por sí sola hacia el usuario. Para darle órdenes no se necesita ni un teclado ni un ratón: QB1 es dirigido tan sólo con gestos de las manos. En los últimos años ha cambiado mucho nuestra forma de usar los ordenadores y, por tanto, tal vez sea hora de transformar el formato de éstos. Los ...

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Firefox lidera el crecimiento de los programas libres

Sencillez y variedad alientan el uso de alternativas gratuitas

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