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Welcome to I-Cube: South Africa's leading provider of License Plate Recognition; Facial Recognition & Image Analysis 

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 NEWS: I-CUBE FACIAL SOLUTIONS FOR FACIAL ID
We offer a wide range of Facial Recognition Solutions, designed for use within general surveillance and access control applications.  This system is based upon a Client-Server architecture, whereby the Server application generates and stores all facial biometric templates that are subsequently distributed to one or more Discovery Client applications.  Both the Discovery Client and Server applications perform facial tracking, enrollment, verification (one-to-one identification) and classification (one-to-many identification) operations.  In addition, Discovery Client applications are fully functional when disconnected from the Server. 

The Acsys Discovery application illustrates the functionality of Acsys facial recognition within technology in a variety of practical applications, these being:

 1)     Facial enrollment from either live video stream input (i.e. camera, VCR, broadcast, etc.) or from static images (i.e. JPEG files).

2)     Facial recognition in classification mode (one-to-many identification).

3)     Facial recognition in verification mode (one-to-one identification).

4)     Facial verification integrated with a Wiegand based identification signal (i.e. proximity card, keypad, etc.).

5)     Operation of R410/R810 relay controller following classification or verification operations (i.e. for opening door, controlling signs, etc.)

6)     Interface for remote alarm on classify/verify operations (i.e. mobile wireless PDA, PECOS)

7)     Speech synthesis on recognition (classification) of an individual.

POWER POINT  PDF  (1.5 MB)

 

 

Lax biometric standards slammed
BY LEON ENGELBRECHT , ITWEB SENIOR WRITER
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READ IN THIS STORY:

Lax biometric standards slammed
EU approves biometric system
Printed RFID tags years away
Tube smart cards on the rise
[ Johannesburg, 13 June 2007 ] -

Lax biometric standards slammed

 
The biometrics industry has been slammed for sidelining privacy concerns in a regulatory environment that was described as "weak and unethical” by the NSW Council of Civil Liberties, along with Australia's biggest banks and the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority, Computerworld reports.

NSW Council of Civil Liberties president, Cameron Murphy, slammed providers, the government and users of the technology for failing to adopt even minimal standards when implementing biometrics.

In a fierce attack at the Biometric Institute of Australia annual conference in Sydney last week, Murphy said an industry-backed privacy code introduced in September 2006 has been virtually ignored.

EU approves biometric system

The European Union on Tuesday approved a European visa data system that will store biometric information, such as fingerprints and photos, on 70 million visa holders who pass through the EU's borderless travel zone each year, according to Delaware Online.

The agreement reached by EU justice and interior ministers will see the set-up of an EU database that can be accessed by all 15 EU nations participating in the so-called Schengen borderless travel area.

German interior minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, whose country holds the EU presidency, said the system is "an important tool" to boost border security, adding it would also enable participating EU nations to prevent people from so-called visa shopping among European nations.

Printed RFID tags years away

Industry leaders say although the technology required for printing RFID tags is slowly maturing, research still needs to be done before printed tags can be offered commercially - and before they can be printed directly onto packaging, the RFID Journal reports.

Speaking at the IntertechPira Printed RFID conference, held earlier this month in Frankfurt, Germany, they said once these two milestones are achieved - at a reasonable price - RFID tagging will become pervasive throughout supply chains for almost every type of product.

Klaus Dimmler, conference chairman and founder of OrganicID - which is working to develop a low-cost technology to produce printable electronic RFID tags made with organic inks - summed up the conference: "The industry is making good progress on materials. They're looking better and better."

Tube smart cards on the rise

More London Underground (LU) users are choosing the Oyster card as a method of payment for the transport system, it has been claimed, leading to an announcement today that a number of station ticket offices are to be closed, the TÜV reports.

According to its official Web site, six out of every 10 journeys on the tube are paid for via the Oyster card, which enables travellers to pre-pay and then hold a smart card near a designated reader to have the correct fare deducted from their account.

And because it is a "faster, cheaper [and] easier" method of ticketing, LU has seen a "massive" decrease in the number of single and return tickets bought at station offices.

 

 

 

Security Management 

I-Cube Solutions would like to propose the following in order to secure your access with Facial Biometrics linked to LPR.

Key areas are the linkage between the vehicle license plate and the driver facial image on entry and exit, the LIVE database of known suspect cars and the integration with existing CCTV solutions and guards.

Please review the Presentation (PPT) or (PDF) and I look forward to discussing a suitable way forward in order to begin the operation.

The system design, list of equipment and possible cost of a typical solution can be found HERE

 

Drive Through Face Recognition - NEC NeoFACE Already in Use



Drive Through Face Recognition - NEC NeoFACE Already in Use

NEC has launched an automated face recognition system capable of identifying you when you are still inside your car.  It may seam like technology from 10 years in the future, but its already available.  In fact, NeoFace has already been installed at the Hong Kong - Shenzhen border.

The system first picks out who you’re supposed to be, based on your license plate.  Then it checks the database of what you’re supposed to look like.  And the system doesn’t recognize you, it shoots you.  Just kidding, it doesn’t shoot you…

Built around NEC’s NeoFace biometric face recognition system, as well as NEC’s electronic passport technology, the system is designed to boost the speed and efficiency of Hong Kong Immigration Department operations by allowing residents with microchipped national ID cards to remain in their vehicles while automated cameras verify their identities. Hong Kong residents aged 11 or over are required by law to carry a national ID card (HKID), and the recently issued “smart” IDs are embedded with chips that contain biometric and personal data. (pinktentacle)

 


I-Cube provides security and recognition systems in the following industry:

 Perimeter Solutions: Facial linked to Domes

  Metro

Container Recognition

ASD on N3

Images

   Casino

                          Police 

  Weighbridges

  Pricing

   Weighbridges

   Mining

Art ID / Verification   

  Image Analysis

Shopping center

   Retail    

    Exhibitions  

 

 

           

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