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New MegaMatcher 4.0 from Neurotechnology Integrates Fingerprint, Iris, Facial and Palmprint Biometrics In One High-Performance SDK
Date:2/16/2011

provides the same cross-platform API on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms and is consistent for C/C++, .NET Framework and Java programming languages for all supported devices: single flat, rolled and multi-finger scanners, palmprint scanners, iris scanners and cameras. Neurotechnology worked side by side with device vendors to integrate both new and old devices with this new component, ensuring outstanding stability and integration. Other changes in MegaMatcher SDK include improved WSQ support.  

In addition to the cross-product additions, the new individual biometric SDKs include enhancements to reliability and performance. The new VeriEye 2.3 algorithm provides a 70% increase in iris matching speed while keeping the same high level of reliability as the previous version. The VeriLook 5.0 facial identification algorithm offers even higher reliability than version 4.0, with a 20% to 50% decrease in the False Rejection Rate comparatively. VeriFinger 6.3 increases reliability with a new fingerprint segmentation component that provides a 20x decrease in the segmentation error rate with a simultaneous 10x increase in segmentation speed.

Neurotechnology first released MegaMatcher as an automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS) in 2005, then added a facial recognition engine in version 2.0, with a fusion algorithm that allowed the two technologies to work together to provide very fast 1:N (1 to many) matching with even higher reliability than AFIS or facial recognition alone. In subsequent versions, enhancements to MegaMatcher included add-ons for iris and palmprint identification. Now, with MegaMatcher 4.0, all four biometric technologies are incorporated natively, with very fast, highly accurate algorithms that are designed to work together in any combination.

Large-scale government and commercial solutions worldwide depend on MegaMatcher technology as the biometric engine for high-volume, high security applications, including: electio
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