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New VeriLook 4.0 for Biometric Facial Recognition and MegaMatcher 3.1 for Multi-biometric Applications Are Now Available
Date:11/30/2009

VILNIUS, Lithuania, Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Neurotechnology (http://www.neurotechnology.com), a provider of high-precision biometric identification technologies, has released two new upgrades in the company's core product line: VeriLook 4.0 Software Development Kit (SDK) for facial recognition and MegaMatcher 3.1 SDK for large-scale multi-biometric and automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS). Expanded capabilities in VeriLook 4.0 provide enhanced facial recognition reliability across a wider range of facial positions. MegaMatcher 3.1 incorporates the new VeriLook 4.0 face identification algorithm and includes a new palmprint identification add-on, enabling developers and system integrators to design highly accurate multi-biometric systems using any combination of face, iris, fingerprint or palm recognition.

"The increased reliability and face position tolerance in VeriLook 4.0 should be very important for our customers," said Dr. Algimantas Malickas, CEO of Neurotechnology. "The enhancements to the VeriLook algorithm will also be useful for MegaMatcher customers who utilize facial recognition. And the addition of support for palmprint identification will allow wider use of MegaMatcher in criminalistics."

The new VeriLook 4.0 provides a number of significant enhancements over the previous version, VeriLook 3.3, including:

  • Increased recognition accuracy, i.e. decreased False Rejection Rate, by 10-50% at the same False Acceptance Rate level with respect to the VeriLook 3.3 algorithm.
  • Recognition of faces which are rotated in-plane (rolled/tilted left or right) at any angle (VeriLook 3.3 could detect only faces with +/-15 degrees roll angle deviation).
  • Increased tolerance
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