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2000 - Wells Fargo has also committed to biometric technology and is
using face recognition technology in what is known as one of the largest
rollouts of biometrics to date.
Visionics Corporation announced that the State of Michigan’s Kent
County has purchased a county-wide integrated facial recognition system that
will be added to their existing mugshot imaging network.
Imagis Technologies Inc., announced the official launch and installation
of CASINO-ID and its biometric Facial Recognition Software at Gateway Casinos
Inc. in Canada. Gateway Casinos will install software licenses in all three
of its locations in the greater Vancouver area of British Columbia.
ImageWare Systems, Inc, announced that is has been selected to supply the
State of New Jersey with an integrated
digital mug shot system. It will be used to create
digital arrest records for individuals being booked by the New Jersey
Israeli Ministry of Defense announced that is has awarded EDS and its
consortium partners a contract to develop and install an automatic biometric
border crossing system. The system will use Visionics FaceIt face recognition in
addition to hand geometry biometric technology on a smart card platform to
automate the border crossing process for workers that enter the country on a
Visionics Corporation, a developer of face recognition technology,
announced that MGM
Grand Las Vegas,
a subsidiary of MGM MIRAGE
(NYSE: MGG) has adopted the FaceIt®- enabled Griffin G.O.L.D. casino security
database system. The Venetian
and Bellagio had already announced their adoption of the product earlier
, 2000 InnoVentry
Corp. announced that it will sell 10 Cash Management
Machines (CMMs) to North Fork Bank in New York. InnoVentry
provides fee-based financial services to the mass market through advanced cash
management machines that leverage Internet and biometric technologies. North
Fork Bank agreed to purchase additional CMMs to be deployed at its bank and
in-store branches, as well as off-site locations, throughout New York. The CMMs
are unbranded versions of InnoVentry's RPM(TM) machines that offer secure check
cashing, utilizing advanced facial recognition technology to identify the
customer, eliminating the need for cards or personal identification numbers (PINs).
International Business Machines is to equip some of its laptop computers digital cameras, the company said this week, paving
the way for the widespread use of face recognition technology.
Jan. 2001 InnoVentry Corp., which is developing financial services and information access machines using Internet and biometric technologies, achieved a major milestone in the final days of 2000 by surpassing $1 billion in cash disbursements to customers of its automated cash management machines. InnoVentry launched its first cash management machine under the RPM(TM) brand in August 1999. Today the company has more than 850 machines located at major retail stores in 20 states. More than 1 million customers have enrolled to use the machines, and these customers have cashed more than 3.5 million checks. The RPM machines use advanced biometric facial recognition technology to identify a customer, which eliminates the need for cards or personal identification numbers (PINs).
Jan. 2001 Viisage Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: VISG), a leader in enabling e-commerce through face-recognition biometrics technology and in providing digital identification systems and solutions, announced that it has been awarded a contract amendment with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to upgrade its Digital Drivers' Licensing system.
Jan. 2001 eTrue, a biometric authentication service that is outsourced over the Internet, announced that it has launched the eTrue biometric logon service with its initial customer NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). NASA employees will use eTrue to access secure data on network servers from home. The eTrue Internet outsourcing service authenticates users for both Web and local network logon through multiple biometrics, such as face and fingerprint verification, providing 100% user authentication.
Feb. 2001 Viisage Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq:VISG -), a provider of face-recognition biometric technology and in providing digital identification systems and solutions, announced that it has been awarded a contract by the Electoral Commission of Uganda to implement and maintain a turnkey face recognition system in support of Uganda's national elections. The system will support a database containing a minimum of 10 million images. The project requires that a digital image be acquired for every registered voter and validated for the purpose of eliminating duplicate registrations within the 10-million voter-registration database.
Chino police department purchased Imagis's CABS Arrest
and Booking software and Imagis's 1D-2000 biometric facial recognition
software as part of an integrated system being provided to them by the West
Covina Service Group. This includes
a fully integrated computer-aided dispatch system, records and mobile use for
police cruisers. West Covina Service Group has tightly integrated CABS and
1D-2000 with its applications to aid in the identification of offenders. Chino
police department is located in San Bernardino County, California, approximately
40 miles east of Los Angeles.
Feb. 2001 Casinos have used facial recognition technology for years as part of their never-ending quest to identify and catch cheaters. Three of Atlantic City's 12 casinos - Trump Marina, Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza - use it as part of their casino surveillance units.
Mar. 2001 Imagis Technologies Inc., (Imagis) a leading global software developer of biometric solutions announced today that Imagis and the West Covina Service Group will integrate their software to supply the Fullerton Police in Orange County, California with a complete law enforcement suite. The Fullerton Police Department has purchased Imagis’ CABSTM Arrest & Booking software together with ID-2000TM biometric facial recognition software as part of an integrated system being provided to them by the West Covina Service Group.
Mar. 2001 Visionics Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNX), announced that one of the UK's leading civil construction firms, The O'Rourke Group, has installed a FaceIt(R)-enabled time and attendance system, designed by business partner Aurora Computer Services Ltd, into Grays, Essex, their main concrete production site. The FaceIt(R) component has already been integrated into O'Rourke's existing time and attendance units at Grays, Essex. In addition, the company intends to extend the application to their other large-scale job sites across the UK. The system supports the identification of the extensive number of contractors that are involved in any given project, and is particularly helpful in verifying the attendance of contractors on multi-job sites.
Mar 2001 The three gaming properties of Trump Taj Mahal Associates in New Jersey recently signed a three-year contract to utilize the technologically advanced products and services of Global Cash Access (GCA), a supplier of cash access, financial management and customer relationship marketing technologies to the gaming industry. Much more than just a conventional ATM, the ACM is a web-based "smart ATM" that functions like a "virtual cashier" by using facial biometrics recognition technology to offer patrons a quick way to meet cash access and other entertainment needs in a single stop - without relying on the availability of cage operators.
Apr 2001 The O'Rourke Group, an English construction company that employs 2,500, unveiled a new system on Mar. 23 that verifies whether employees are on the job -- by using cameras that digitally recognize their faces. This facial-recognition system can even spot key staffers who might be at one of several job sites.
Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: VISG), a provider of face recognition biometric
technology and in providing digital identification systems and solutions,
announced that it has been selected to design, develop and implement a new digital drivers' license system for the Kentucky
Transportation Cabinet and Department of Motor Vehicles. The initial
four-year term of the project is valued at more than $8 million. Design and
development of the system will begin immediately and will be deployed in 141
Issuing Offices throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky by January 1, 2002
Official Electronic Security Supplier for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games,
Sensormatic Electronics Corp., will install hundreds of its most advanced dome
security camera systems at key venues including the Olympic Village to provide
overall event safety and athlete security. These cameras can magnify an image up
to 176X, zooming in close enough to read the name on an athlete's helmet. In
addition, the cameras are equipped with special built-in heaters, enabling them
to withstand extreme temperatures. Dome cameras are just one part of
Sensormatic's overall Olympic
security installation, which will include biometric access control
systems in high-security areas and anti-theft systems in retail venues.
Apr 2001 Visionics Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNX), a developer of identification technologies and systems, and its UK business partner, Dectel Security Ltd., announced today that Birmingham City Centre has integrated FaceIt® technology into its CCTV system. The system is now being piloted by West Midlands Police as part of Operation Safer Streets, the long-term campaign to combat street crime across the region.
May 2001 Automated, 24-hour check-cashing machines have sprouted up in supermarkets and convenience stores all over Tucson in the past year. Looking a bit like automated teller machines on steroids, the RPM check-cashing machines will, for a fee, cash payroll and government checks. San Francisco-based InnoVentry has placed the machines in every Albertson's and Fry's supermarket in Arizona, as well as in some Circle K, Texaco and Kmart stores. Hoping to cash in on the estimated 40 million American wage earners who don't use banks to cash their checks, InnoVentry has installed nearly 1,200 of the machines in 27 states. The machines use face-recognition software to ensure payroll checks are being cashed by the payees.
May 2001 Visionics Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNX), the worldwide leader in identification technologies and systems, announced today its FaceIt® technology has been selected by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, as a result of a new award to Printrak, A Motorola Company for its law enforcement identification solution, which includes the Imagetrak(TM) product.
Corporation, a leader in identification technologies and systems, announced that
the New South Wales Police Department in Australia has selected a FaceIt®
enabled law enforcement
management software system designed by business partner ImageWare
Systems. New South Wales Police
Department is the largest in Australia, and is one of the largest police
departments in the world.
Visionics Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNX), a provider of identification
technologies and systems, announced that Keflavik International Airport in
Iceland has commenced the upgrade of its CCTV system with FaceIt®
surveillance software. The FaceIt® upgrade coincides with the completion of a
new terminal building, specifically designed to efficiently
handle passengers entering into Iceland from within the European Union.
Group International Inc.'s (TSE:NXS
- news) AcSys Biometrics
Corp. and Graphco Technologies (G-TEC®) partner to bring futuristic security
and access control systems to The Manor at Yorktown, in Bucks County
Pennsylvania. This $800,000 project allows twenty-four hour security to be
achieved at the complex through G-TEC's proprietary voice technology and AcSys
Biometrics' Face Recognition System (FRS) application. Apartment doors open when
a resident simply states any phrase through VoicePass®, G-TEC's speaker
identification program. FaceTrac®, integrating AcSys FRS facial recognition
software, adds a further layer of security.
of the major organizations utilizing Facial recognition include:
Mar 2002 Imagis Technologies Inc. ("Imagis"), developer and marketer of advanced biometric facial recognition software, is announced that Imagis' premier law enforcement software, the CABS Computerized Arrest and Booking System, has been purchased by an additional four Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachments.