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By: Jesse Davis West On: August 20, 2019 In: News, News on Home Page Feed Comments: 0

FaceFirst has released version 6.6, which provides customers with unprecedented performance, system monitoring and scalability to meet the demands of the world’s largest companies. 

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By: Jesse Davis West On: September 13, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

If you’re headed to the Global ID Summit in New York, don’t miss out on an opportunity to see how our Sentinel-IQ surveillance and Field-IQ mobile ID systems can help public safety officials instantly recognize potential threats and bad actors.   FaceFirst offers powerful, fast, accurate and scalable solutions that are...

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Jun
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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 08, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

  Each day, FaceFirst helps retailers catch shoplifters and organized retail criminals. The Case of the Ticket Switcher shines a light on a truly devious form of retail theft that is all too common.   The Scheme  The perpetrator had a habit of finding expensive items such as a Dyson Vacuum cleaner, along with an inexpensive item in the same...

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May
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By: Peter Trepp On: May 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Here is the story of how FaceFirst's face recognition system for retailers was able to crack The Case of the Fake Budweiser delivery Man.

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May
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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 16, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Facial recognition is becoming an increasingly essential layer within federal security. Over the past decade face recognition has matured to the point that it should now be considered an essential part of any government threat prevention technology stack. By using face recognition, government organizations identify persons of interest in real time, mitigate risks and...

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May
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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 10, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Last year, once-fringe concepts like neural networks and deep learning suddenly went mainstream, as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune and other publications proclaimed it “the year of AI.” But the AI technology that has garnered the most attention has been face recognition. When Apple replaced the fingerprint scanner...

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Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 18, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Sadly, the threat of gun violence has become a top concern for every American school. Since 2013, there has been an average of one school shooting per week in the U.S.  For the past two years, we have been contacted by dozens of schools asking whether face recognition can help. To be honest, there...

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Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 16, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Imagine a future where crimes are prevented before they happen, sales associates are at your beck and call, and your phone, car, house and computer are unlocked using your face. While facial recognition technology was once largely science fiction, this technology is now in the process of transforming private...

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Apr
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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 06, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Headed to Expo Seguridad Mexico? On April 24-26th, this expo hosted by ISC will bring together nearly 16,000 visitors and some of the world’s top providers of security technology. It will be a great opportunity to network, exchange best practices and check out the latest security tech.  If you’re headed to...

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Mar
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By: Jesse Davis West On: March 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

When it comes to technology, virtually all sports stadiums and arenas will soon have something important in common – they’ll be using face recognition. The inevitable use of face recognition for both security and a better fan experience hasn’t been lost on the news media. Here’s a quick roundup...

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Feb
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By: Jesse Davis West On: February 02, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Face recognition technology can be integrated with all sorts of hardware, including video cameras, VMS technology, cars, ATMs and more. And via API, developers can integrate face recognition into virtually any software system. The possibilities are endless.   Over the course of hundreds of successful deployments, FaceFirst has had the privilege of working with a variety of partners across multiple industries. And as we...

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Nov
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By: Jesse Davis West On: November 28, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

Most law enforcement agencies wish they could have more patrol officers. After all, more officers typically means less crime and safer patrols. While adding headcount is often easier said than done, fortunately one technology that acts as a force multiplier for the officers you do have: mobile face recognition....

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Oct
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By: Jesse Davis West On: October 11, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

Every day, dedicated patrol officers head out to serve their communities. But far too often they encounter people who don’t want to be identified. Sometimes they use false IDs. Sometimes they don’t carry IDs at all. And the result is that valuable time and resources are spent manually identifying...

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Aug
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By: Jesse Davis West On: August 10, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

It’s been more than 15 years since 9/11, but ISIS’ recently foiled plot to destroy an Australian commercial airplane serves as a stark reminder of how determined terrorists are to strike airplanes and airports. Although the care-free pre-9/11 days of air travel are over, most of us agree that...

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01
Aug
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By: Jesse Davis West On: August 01, 2017 In: Blog Comments: 0

Until recently, face recognition technology was commonly viewed as something straight out of science fiction. But over the past decade, this groundbreaking technology has not just become viable, it has become widespread. In fact, it’s difficult to read technology news these days without seeing something about face recognition. There...

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