The I-CUBE Web site is packed with information on our 3 product lines, being IA, LPR and Facial solutions. I-CUBE invites you to explore the site and download the technical documentation, news items, photos, description of sample installations, system simulations and recognition demos.  If  you can not find what you are looking for, PLEASE send I-CUBE an e-mail, SMS, Fax, letter or give us a call (+27 31 764 3077 or + 27 82 562 8225), it would be our pleasure to assist.         
 
Home
 
I-Cube advantage
  Company Profile
 
Products
 
      Facial
       IA
     OCR
 
      Facial
       ID Verification
System Design
Value Prop.
Access control
 - Reader
 UPGRADE
CAMPUS
Metro
 
 ONLINE DB
  SDK
FRVT
 FACEIT
   LFA
   Accuracy
   Technical SPEC
   Start UP Guide
   Review
Downloads
  FG
Solutions Roundup
Facial USES
Request Facial CD
     
       IA
Counting & Sizing
Workstations
Viewing
Smoke Monitoring
      SW
Visiongauge
   SDK: IQ STUDIO
Digital Camera Selector Chart
   Lens 
        Chart
REQUEST IA CD
 
RECOGNITION
Q for a LPR request
    FILM
Train / Rail
Plane
CONTAINER 
      LPR
Diversity
     TUTORIAL
     Estates
      Roadblocks
Access Control
Average Speed Determination
Traffic
  Parking
  Logging
Red light & SPEED VIOLATION 
Metro
Cost per transaction
Changing Driver habits with LPR 
Clever cameras have your record
  HW
Downloads
Hasp SW
   LPR DLL
V-Metrics
LPR CD
 
Where to Buy
 
Distributors
  - SPS
  - Marshall
  - Fang
  - Biamic ICT
   - MINING 
- DV Solutions
- MITS Consulting
- Consulting Service
   
Interest Form
Application
 
Support
 
Distributors
  - SPS
  - Marshall
  - Fang
  - Biamic ICT
   - MINING 
- DV Solutions
- MITS Consulting
- Consulting Service
   
Interest Form
Application
 
Contact Us
 
Interest Form
FREE CD's  
       - Facial
       - IA
       - LPR
         CV
Directions
 
Feed Back
 
LPR  FORM
 
Job Opportunities
 
     ADMIN
         SPS

 

 

 

                        Face Recognition SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:  

The I-Cube Face Recognition system is used to assist in identification.  The surveillance operator manually compares the live or recorded images and the saved facial images against a database of previously saved face images, with an operator reviewing the results and making the decision. This means that the accuracy of the system is NO LONGER crucial, as the system presents information to a human operator to make the final decision.  One is using the face recognition system to check if the person has been seen before, with the operator looking at the results to check the match.  This is due to the fact that the following affect the results of ANY face recognition system:  Lighting, quality of original image in the database, temporal affects (time and ageing), glasses, hats, shadows, hair style or lack of hair, background, size of face in the image, and a WIDE RANGE of other environmental conditions.  One is using Face Recognition to assist in IDENTIFICATION of repeat trouble makers, banned gamblers, shop lifters, bad check passes and then the operator decides on the appropriate action to follow.

Please use the I-Cube Face Recognition System design and costing in order to select the best system for your application.  The following is the "typical" system for a client who already has cameras. 

THE LAP TOP SYSTEM:          I-CUBE will provide the face recognition software and computer and everything required to do face recognition. The FACE RECOGNITION system consists of the following:

COMPUTER HARDWARE (lap top)

        - Intel Pentium 1.7Ghz Processor (Min.)

        - 128 MB Memory (Min.)

        - 10 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive (Min.)

        - 16 MB Graphics Card (Min.)

        - 40X CD Rom (Min.)

        - 1.44 MB Stiffy Drive

        - 14I Colour Digital Monitor (Min.)

 

COMPUTER SOFTWARE

        - Windows 2000 and face recognition software.

 

FACE RECOGNITION HARDWARE (IF REQUIRED)

-         Frame Grabber.  

 

CAREERS     Distributors I-Cube Advantage

           

I-Cube.   All rights reserved.  Revised: January 03, 2008 .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I-Cube.   All rights reserved.  Revised: January 03, 2008 .