Tattoo Recognition Technology

Vancouver-based Face Forensics Inc., developers of the highly advanced f2 face and tattoo recognition technology, has announced a substantial increase in its image enrollment speed.  While f2 always worked in 64-bit on the server side, this new release extends 64-bit to the client side as well.  This, together with other major enhancements, has more than tripled the image enrollment speed. The technology’s use of modular hardware architecture as well as its full use of multithreading and multiple cores and processors, results in search speeds of faces and tattoos that can be in the many millions of images per second, and delivers scalability from one-to-one matching for high speed access control through to one-to-many matches for the largest databases.

Face Forensics