Chincotech are committed to increasing public safety through the continued development of tailored software and algorithms that are in line with governments and their agencies’ specific requirements. We work closely with our partners bringing technology into a secure alliance.
Our team has been at the forefront of algorithm design and development for facial and general recognition since 2009 and continues to break boundaries in every aspect of facial recognition.
We are currently live testing our advanced 3D recognition software in conjunction with 7 governments and agencies, 4 of which are in Europe, 1 in the USA, 1 in India and 1 in Afghanistan.
Our testing programs are designed to thoroughly test software and systems in the most challenging of real time environments whilst providing practical demonstrations that our advanced algorithms are capable of producing exceptional 3D results.
The software is also capable of utilizing images that were initially obtained via 2D cameras while providing a matched accuracy that can outperform Facebook’s Deep Face by 23.4%.
Chincotech is sure that the day is not far away when everyone in the modernized world will be included in a governmental database that will be able to recognize them through various biometric systems like face, eyes and even by analyzing their walking stride.
This is something that many privacy lobbyists are ready to fight, we however believe it is an inevitable process whether we like it or not. Today is a world where the public’s safety is paramount and with recent events around the world showing just how vulnerable to attacks the public are, governments around the world will develop and utilize all the tools available to them to assist in the safety of their citizens.
Chincotech provides consultation to a Facial Expert Working Group (IFEWG) along with many government agencies who are aiming to have an international standard in place by the end of 2017.more
The beauty of Chincotech face identification algorithms and systems is the lack of requirement for any state-of-the-art hardware, as it can easily merge with existing image capture hardware systems a client may already be utilizing, including webcams, security cameras etc.more