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Biometrics & Technology Sector Leaders Briefing: NXT-ID, Intel, Sony, Facebook, Dell
Date:9/6/2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Florida, September 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Today, FinancialNewsMedia.com reports on Product Launches, Corporate Happenings and News Updates for leading Biometric, Internet and Computer companies in the Technology Sector:  NXT-ID, Inc. (OTCQB: NXTD), Intel Corp. (NYSE: INTC), Sony Corporation (NYSE: SNE), Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL).

NXT-ID, Inc. (OTCQB: NXTD) Headline: Biometric Company NXT-ID, Inc. Launches Pilot Program for Palm Bay, FL Police Department.   NXT-ID, a biometrics company focused on the growing no-commerce market, recently announced its whole subsidiary, 3D-ID, LLC, has commenced a pilot program with the Palm Bay, Florida Police Department to evaluate its 3D FaceMatch biometric facial recognition identification systems. The identification management system uses unique and patented FaceMatch 3D technology that precisely senses shapes. The comprised unique shape information is compressed into a small 3D biometric template with a 3D shape signature of the face and the face is then immediately compared to the other templates in the database.  

The pilot program is expected to expand to include more law enforcement agencies connected to 3D-ID's BioCloud, which will improve identification of previously booked individuals from multiple law enforcement agencies searching from a common 3D database. Plans for expansion also include the capture of faces from surveillance cameras, video and from mobile devices using 3D-ID's MobileBio technologies currently under development.   John Blackledge, Deputy Chief of the Palm Bay'/>"/>

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