Face recognition provider FaceFirst has announced that a majority of Americans are in favor of face recognition as a means of identifying potential shoplifters, thieves and violent criminals in retail environments, according to a new FaceFirst poll.
FaceFirst, the global leader in facial recognition for law enforcement agencies, announced today the appointment of Dan Merkle to the company's Board of Advisors. Merkle will draw upon more than three decades of executive leadership to build strategic alliances and educate the law enforcement community about the growing impact of face recognition technology and biometric data.
LOS ANGELES - FaceFirst, a recognized leader in the global face recognition market for law enforcement, announced the creation of the VP of Product Management role to accelerate innovation for its growing customer base in retail, public safety and many other industries.
FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp appeared on Canada's Business News Network (BNN) to discuss how facial recognition technology is transforming security as well as consumer experiences.
Facial recognition provider today announced the launch of Guardian, a new airport security platform. Using breakthrough feature recognition capabilities, the platform identifies visitors in areas with high foot traffic and supplements the identification process for border control agents. Humans can typically recall just a few hundred faces on demand, resulting...