Suprema FaceStation 2 kenya
Suprema FaceStation 2 kenya, is the most advanced face recognition terminal providing loads of the world’s best features.
Powered by Suprema’s latest innovation in facial biometrics, FaceStation 2 offers unrivalled matching speed, accuracy and level of security.
With Suprema’s patented optic engineering, FaceStation 2 achieves up to 25,000 lx of operating illuminance which in turn, brings all-round confidence regardless of lighting conditions.
Packed in an ergonomically-designed structure, FaceStation 2 provides exceptional performance and usability for diverse access control and time attendance sites, large or small. Top of Form
The FaceStation 2 is one of the best biometric solution that uses Your face is the key
Usinig the biometric suprema FaceStation is developed such that it uses the human face as the the key
Face is one of the easiest way to distinguish a person from another. Even a toddler can recognize the mother’s face several days after the birth.
It’s more intuitive to recognize a person by face than by other factors such as how a person walks, their voice, and height.
Biometric authentication systems use physical traits such as fingerprint, face, iris and vein as a credential. Among others, face recognition terminals use face as a credential, which is the most similar way for a human to recognize a person.
Due to this nature of the face recognition technology, people feel comfortable to perform the face authentication.
Fingerprint recognition devices, which are the most commonly used for biometric authentication, are equipped with an optical sensor.
As the face recognition utilizes cameras to identify a person, it does not require an optical sensor. Thus, it allows a user to perform authentication without physical contact.
Since face recognition terminals use IR (Infrared) technology, one of the major drawbacks of face recognition is the limitation of installable location.
a face recognition terminal will perform poorly when it’s installed outside or near windows because of the strong ambient light.
FaceStation 2, Suprema’s newest face recognition terminal, goes beyond this limitation. It is an access control and time and attendance terminal, featuring better user experience with Android 5.0 Lollipop and Suprema’s latest algorithm, hardware and software.
A wide range of functions and enhanced performance will provide users with a whole new different non-contact biometric authentication experience.
Enhanced face recognition technology and near infrared LED
Processing ambient light is critical to the face recognition performance. Most of face recognition terminals out in the market have limited installable locations because the recognition performance varies depending on the strength of ambient light.
FaceStation 2 has 80 wide angle near infrared LEDs and 60 narrow angle near infrared LEDs, so it can recognize a face even in an environment with 25,000 lux, which is equivalent to an environment with full daylight (not direct sun). This allows users to install the terminals at indoor locations near windows, lobbies and building entries.
Another technology adopted by FaceStation 2 to enhance the performance is pixel intensity distribution analysis.
One of the difficulties in using near infrared LED technology is the effects of ambient lighting. Ambient lighting can make near infrared LED lighting useless since it contains ultraviolet rays.
Plus, the shadow on a face cast by ambient light can make it difficult for the face feature extraction algorithm to extract facial features.
The three-dimensional pixel intensity distribution analysis minimizes the effects of ambient light when acquiring face images. As a result, the terminal acquires near infrared images with the minimal variation of contrast.
It is easier for the algorithm to recognize the shape of the face with these uniform contrast images than with too bright or dark images, so it can extract more varied features, thus can create high quality face templates. High quality face templates are crucial for the performance of face recognition.
The angle and position of the cameras on FaceStation 2 are determined so that tall users do not need to bend their back too much.
Plus, the different angles of view between the built-in visual and infrared cameras allow users to stand at a position that is most suitable for facial recognition (users can easily locate oneself by trying to locate one’s face at a right position on the screen).[Comparison of recognition coverage between FaceStation and FaceStation 2]
Incredible authentication performance with 1.4 GHz quad-core processor
FaceStation 2 demonstrates exceptional performance, using its enhanced face template extraction technology and 1.4 GHz quad-core processor.
It can perform up to 3,000 matchings (1:N) within one second. With the Group Matching feature, it can perform up to 30,000 matchings within one second.
Accommodating a broad array of RFID cards with Multi-RFID technology
FaceStation 2 features Multi-RFID technology, supporting 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz cards all together.
If a customer is using 125 kHz cards such as EM and HID Prox and wants to change the access cards to a more advanced and secure 13.56 MHz cards (Mifare, Mifare DESFire, Felica, iClass), then employees at the customer’s site can use both 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz during the transition period. FaceStation 2 also supports NFC and BLE communication technologies.
SIP-based VoIP videophone
FaceStation 2 works as a SIP (session initiation protocol) videophone as well, eliminating the need to install a separate videophone.
If a SIP server is already installed at the site, you can utilize the existing SIP infrastructure. Otherwise, customers can install a well-known open source SIP server recommended and tested by Suprema to utilize FaceStation 2 as a videophone.
Live Face Detection
FaceStation 2 analyzes the actual photo and the IR image based on its dual camera system and intelligent machine learning algorithm.
Hardware-dependent live face detection systems (e.g. facial thermogram recognition, facial vein recognition) require expensive hardware components and provide less accurate matches and slower performance in authentication.
Suprema’s live face detection technology provides users with ideal accuracy and speed for access control and time and attendance management.
Suprema launches FaceStation 2, the world’s best performing face recognition terminal at ISC West
Seoul, Korea, Apr 5, 2017 – Suprema, a global leader in biometrics and security, announced that the company launches FaceStation 2 the world’s fastest and most advanced face recognition technology at ISC West 2017.
At the show, Suprema launches FaceStation 2, the company’s the latest and flagship face recognition terminal which is designed for use in access control and time & attendance applications.
The new FaceStation 2 is loaded with Suprema’s latest face recognition technology providing the world’s best performance in terms of matching speed, user capacity and operating illuminance.
On the biometric side, the new technology performs fast face matching of 3,000 matches per second, which makes FaceStion 2 the world’s fastest facial recognition terminal to the date.
Suprema’s new face recognition technology has been improved by enhanced algorithm, new optical structure and class leading 1.4GHz quad-core CPU. As a result, matching speed has been improved by 300% than the FaceStation, its predecessor.
On the optical side, the new face recognition technology now overcomes possible interference from dynamic lighting conditions including sunlight and ambient light.
The new technology now allows greater range of operating illuminance from zero lux to 25,000 lux which covers almost every possible lighting conditions regardless of indoor or outdoor, day or night.
On its wide touchscreen LCD, FaceStation 2 offers industry’s most intuitive graphic user interface.
Thanks to the latest Android 5.0 OS, FaceStation 2 features latest material design concept to provide extremely easy to use GUI requiring near-zero training for both users and system administrators.
For RF card support, FaceStation 2 features dual-frequency, multi-card reading technology. The device features both LF(125kHz) and HF(13.56MHz) RFID and reads most types of RFID card standards with a single device including MIFARE, HID iCLASS, DESFire, FeliCa, HID Prox, EM and NFC
For the first time in face terminals, FaceStation 2 also supports authentication by BLE(Bluetooth Low Energy) which makes it future-proof investment for today’s evolving credential technology.“FaceStation 2 clearly reflects Suprema’s commitment to technology leadership and market focus.
From the designing stage of FaceStation 2, we aimed to bring the best-of-breed face terminal regardless of environment, RFID standards and size of the projects it covers,” said Hanchul Kim, Director at Suprema.
“Suprema’s 2nd generation face recognition technology far outpaces all current competitors in terms of matching speed and accuracy and, moreover, our technology offers greater practicality and robustness by offering increased operating illuminance, height range and user capacity,” Kim added.
Along with new face recognition technology, Suprema will showcase the company’s extensive range of latest biometric solutions and access control systems at ISC West 2017.
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Suprema FaceStation 2 kenya
Suprema FaceStation 2 kenya