is a technology used to support investigations, for fighting crime, and preventing fraud. It has become a required technology for border controls, airports, big events for various security and safety purposes.
A face recognition solution uses mathematical algorithms to pick out specific, distinctive details about a person’s face. These details, such as distance between the eyes, nose, mouth, shape of the chin, and how they come together are converted into a mathematical representation and compared with other faces collected in a database.
It provides the ability to identify face images by performing either a one-to-many (1:N) search or one-to-one (1:1) match against a database.
High recognition accuracy and speed of facial feature comparison is achieved even in situations where a person is wearing dark glasses or a hat, and when it used under challenging conditions such as poor lighting, low quality image resolution, and suboptimal angle of view.