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Neurotechnology Announces MegaMatcher Accelerator 6.0 High-speed, High-volume Multibiometric Identification Solution and Updates to Entire Biometric Product Line
Date:7/10/2013

VILNIUS, Lithuania, July 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Neurotechnology, a provider of high-precision biometric identification technologies, today announced new releases across their entire line of biometric Software Development Kits (SDK), including: MegaMatcher 4.5 multi-biometric SDK for large-scale applications, VeriFinger 6.7 for fingerprint identification, VeriLook 5.4 for facial identification, VeriEye 2.7 for iris identification and VeriSpeak 2.0 for voice identification. The company also announced the addition of facial biometrics to the new MegaMatcher Accelerator 6.0 multi-biometric all-in-one software and hardware solution. Now facial recognition can be used in any combination with fingerprint and iris biometrics for large-scale projects that require high-speed, high-volume identification capabilities.

The new facial biometric capabilities in MegaMatcher Accelerator 6.0 offer fast matching speeds of up to 100 million templates per second and the solution has a capacity of up to 10 million faces on a single server.

MegaMatcher Embedded SDKs are now included in MegaMatcher SDK, which will enable users to develop PC, embedded or mixed biometric systems that support Windows, Linux, Mac OSX and Android platforms. Also, a new component, MegaMatcher Accelerator Development Edition, has been added to the MegaMatcher Extended SDK.

"Faces can now be matched at the same speed level as fingerprints and irises in our flagship product – MegaMatcher Accelerator," said Dr. Justas Kranauskas, project lead for Neurotechnology. "This will significantly reduce the complexity of large-scale identification/de-duplication projects that make use of facial biometrics. We are also hoping to lower the cost of development by adding a Development Edition of MegaMatcher Acce
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