TAIPEI, Taiwan - CyberLink today announced it has formed a partnership with surveillance solution provider LILIN, levera...
TAIPEI, Taiwan - CyberLink today announced a partnership integrating its facial recognition software development kit (SDK) FaceMe...
With FaceMe’s highly precise algorithm, CyberLink was ranked 8th in the world, when excluding vendors from countries facing limitations such as China and Russia. The FVRT 1:1 test results recently released in March 2020 reveal CyberLink FaceMe achieves a 99.70% accuracy rate in VISA 1E-4, and 97.17% in WILD 1E-4, two of the leading facial recognition precision assessments. Globally, FaceMe is ranked 18th in the world.
“Since its release, CyberLink’s FaceMe has consistently achieved high rankings in leading worldwide industry assessments,” said Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink. “FaceMe is seeing strong improvement compared to our previous NIST benchmarks, up 45% in accuracy rate, anchoring its prominent ranking in all testing criteria. Thanks to our strong precision standings and unparalleled integration flexibility across edge devices, FaceMe continues to be the best fit for AIoT deployment.”
FaceMe’s edge-based architecture empowers powerful, efficient processing, and higher levels of security compared to Cloud-based solutions. It supports more than 10 operating systems, including Windows, Android, iOS, and various Linux distributions such as Ubuntu x86, Ubuntu ARM, RedHat, CentOS, Yocto, Debian and JetPack. FaceMe can run on low-power CPUs to enable facial recognition on cost-effective IoT/AIoT devices, as well as be integrated with high-end servers, workstations and personal computers equipped with GPU to provide highly efficient performance. FaceMe’s high accuracy, flexibility and security makes it the leading facial recognition engine available on the market today.
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