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Neurotechnologija Changes Corporate Name to Neurotechnology
Date:4/14/2008

ificial intelligence."

Neurotechnology's products include:

-- MegaMatcher 2.0 SDK - large-scale AFIS and multi-biometric

face/fingerprint identification technology with the high speed and

reliability required for national-scale biometric applications

-- VeriFinger 6.0 SDK - for development of rapid and reliable fingerprint

identification applications for a wide variety of hardware and

operating systems and Web-based applications.

-- VeriLook 3.2 SDK - reliable facial recognition technology with live

face detection capability, works with standard Web cams and security

cameras for development of facial recognition applications on a

variety of platforms, including the Web.

-- FingerCell 2.0 and FaceCell SDKs - embedded fingerprint and facial

recognition technologies for use in development of applications for

compact and mobile devices, such as cell phones.

-- SmartCard FingerMatch and SmartCard FaceMatch - add-ons for VeriFinger,

VeriLook and MegaMatcher for the implementation of biometric

fingerprint- and face-on-SmartCard applications.

-- SentiSight SDK - universal object recognition technology for the

development of robotics and computer vision applications using still

or video images from a variety of cameras.

For more information, please visit: http://www.Neurotechnology.com.

Media Contact:

Jennifer Allen Newton

Bluehouse Consulting Group, Inc.

+1-503-805-7540

jennifer@bluehousecg.com


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