AnyVision’s object-recognition software works when deployed on most types of security cameras and does not require highly sophisticated sensors to operate, according to the company.
Brad Smith argued for a government initiative to create rules for proper use of facial recognition technology, with input from a bipartisan and expert commission.
Blink Identity has received a seed round led by Sinai Ventures with participation from Live Nation, Techstars and other live entertainment related funds.
Residents at Brevillier Village in Erie, Penn., can use Princeton Identity’s iris recognition software to unlock exterior doors to exit the building.
MLS stadiums in Los Angeles and San Jose are the latest to implement the CLEAR biometric identity platform at their entrances.
Amazon Rekognition is a deep learning-powered video analysis service that is being quietly marketed for government surveillance, among other uses.
The ability for robots, unmanned ground vehicles and drones to differentiate between individual humans, for identification and authentication purposes, is fundamental to the next stage of their evolution.
The integration of the iCAM 7S Series multifactor readers with C•CURE 9000 is said to offer a highly accurate, secure biometric access control solution.
A new survey reveals what consumers use their smart home security systems for, as well as what new tech has them worried.
With an expanded show floor and record attendance, ISC West reflected a vibrant industry in the midst of bringing to bear connected products, advancing technologies, and newfound security and business intelligence services.