Cyberlink, Tevano, Tiger Tech Implement Biometric Wearables to Prevent COVID-19 Spread

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CyberLink

CyberLink has introduced biometric technologies for the prevention of COVID-19 spread with an update to its FaceMe facial recognition engine, a Canadian startup called Tevano, and Tiger Tech. Tiger Tech received emergency FDA approval.

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CyberLink has integrated its face biometrics, mask detection and temperature measurement capabilities to enhance its FaceMe Security solution for user identification and contactless access control, reports BiometricUpdate.

FaceMe is uniquely positioned to integrate edge-based AI facial recognition into a wide range of IoT and AIoT solutions. FaceMe is optimized to run on most hardware configurations, from high-end workstations to low-power chipsets typically used in IoT devices. It is compatible with Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS systems.

FaceMe Security’s compatibility with a number of popular video management systems (VMSs) has been enhanced, and support for the cost-effective Nvidia Jetson platform and other chipsets optimized. The newest addition of FaceMe Security Workstation is also optimized to run on edge hardware for real-time biometrics.

The system is so simple that a small business owner can set up a single computer, single-camera system on their own. FaceMe Security’s robust and scalable architecture allows easy and rapid implementation by system integrators, the BiometricUpdate report said.

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Tevano Systems

“Biometric and vision technologies are setting new standards for IP surveillance deployments. Not only can solutions using top-tier facial recognition accurately verify identity, even for faces partially covered by a mask, but they can also detect if the mask is worn properly,” states Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink. “Powered by the world’s leading facial recognition technology, FaceMe Security is an all-inclusive solution that can completely overhaul existing IP surveillance infrastructures to deliver the latest security, access control, and health screening capabilities, for organizations of all sizes, across all industries.”

Tevano, a Vancouver-based startup, deployed Health Shield, which debuted commercially in December. The tablet-like device, mounted on a stand, can take someone’s temperature in less than a second and determine if they’re wearing a face covering. The Tevano Health Shield uses a cloud-based back end for centralized monitoring and can issue alerts, view email or text messages.

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CyberLink is a world leader in facial recognition and face attribute technologies. FaceMe® is a highly accurate AI engine – ranked one of the best in the NIST Face Recognition Vendor Test (VISA and WILD tests). Through constant innovation, we ensure our technology meets the highest accuracy and security standards, for deployments across a wide range of industries and use cases. For over 20 years, CyberLink has built a stellar reputation in the IT industry for its R&D leadership.

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