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The use of facial recognition as a biometric modality has advanced over the years, and is now a critical component in a multi-biometric solution. Criminal justice systems throughout the United States use Morpho facial recognition technology to identify persons of interest and enhance their investigation capabilities.
A variety of Morpho software applications incorporate Morpho facial recognition algorithms and technology, including individual components of the MorphoBIS multimodal application, as well as stand-alone analytic applications that incorporate the technology.
In addition, forensic face training provides criminal justice professionals with the understanding that they need to analyze faces.
Morpho Video and Image analytic platform (MVI) accelerates the processing of large amounts of video recordings to support near real time or post-event analysis of faces and other items.
MVI embeds multiple analytic types, including face. Facial recognition uses the Morpho face algorithms, which have provided high accuracy in tests conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
MVI algorithms match against images in a wide variety of situations.
MVI can be hosted on premises, or hosted on the robust and scalable MorphoCloud platform.