11 uses cases for face recognition
Author: huifan Time: 2020-12-21
Where is facial recognition used?
#1. We reached new heights on boarding at the airport.
Every year, more than 1 billion passengers pass through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Paris Orly Airport.
In 2009, there was an airport whose holder was ADP Group (ADP Group). This group added a thing to PARADE fingerprint recognition technology, which is the date. Adding the date can make the process faster. . However, only 4% of people can use it because the access to fingerprint biometrics in the ePassports chip is protected. There is often confusion among users. Which finger? Which hand?
In 2017, the airport authorities decided to upgrade PARAFE with the facial recognition system provided by Gemalto. The new system includes 105 smart doors with the following advantages:
Almost half of travelers have passports compatible with facial recognition.
Take less action
Facial recognition hardly requires any effort to fracture.
Fast and accurate matches
In preliminary studies, boarding time was reduced by 30% to 40%. The average processing time per passenger is a two-way fingerprint scan-and will not be affected by passenger errors.
Of course, the new system complements "human" security measures. Border police can still monitor passengers in real time, conduct random checks and prevent the opening of the boarding gate.
Since 2018, more and more airlines have begun to use onboard facial recognition technology. In the United States alone, more than 15 airports have established face matching systems to help shorten and board more safely. Among other things, trials took place at Los Angeles and San Jose airports.
This technology has also aroused great interest in Europe.
For example, airport expert Amadeus has successfully tested facial recognition technology at Ljubljana Airport on flights operated by Adria Airways, Air France and Polish Airlines.
The test was carried out on 15 flights, and 175 passengers could carry passports or ID cards and take selfies for registration.
The real-time detected pictures are sent to the server through the software, and then when the passengers are ready to board the plane and pass the camera at the gate, the pictures taken by the camera will be matched with the pictures in the server to verify the uniqueness and authenticity of the passengers Sex. This operation only took two seconds. Simply register data through a smartphone, successfully matched 98% of passengers and were able to board the plane.
#2. European biometric border inspection
The Schengen area includes 26 states in continental Europe. There are no passports or border checkpoints in the area. This is very convenient for the people living in it. However, this poses a problem for border guards, who need to track the estimated 887 million non-EU citizens in the region by 2025.
Currently, there is no central system to record all imports and exports entering or leaving the EU-Schengen area.
The guards of each youth stamped their passports with entry and exit dates, but they did not record cross-border activities.
The stamps they use may be forged and difficult to read.
There is no electronic record and no automatic calculation of authorized stay time.
Yes, you read very well.
The guard performs these calculations manually.
Now, the budget is upgraded.
The Large IT Systems Agency (EU-LISA) is developing an entry/exit system to record the biometric data of all non-EU nationals across the EU’s external borders. This will include facial data.
The new system should abolish the need for manual passport stamping.
It should help guards find travelers trying to use multiple identities. Other agencies such as Europol will also supervise data access. The system is scheduled to start in 2020.
#3. Release your cash in an Australian bank
Bank customers are familiar with using facial recognition to unlock their mobile applications.
But what about ATM?
That is still the realm of plastic cards and PINs. Unfortunately, there are many frauds in this area. Criminals often use skimming equipment to invade ATMs.
In 2018, National Australia Bank and Microsoft jointly tested an ATM unlocking system that already has facial scanning capabilities. After the experiment, the partner did not store the image locally and deleted all biometric data.
The new system should abolish the need for manual passport stamping. It should help guards spot travelers trying to use multiple identities
Steven Worrall is very familiar to us. He is the managing director of the Australian company dispatched by Microsoft Corporation. The philosophy that Microsoft has always upheld is to provide customers with a better user experience between the Internet and customers.. This is a grasp of the future of the way our customers access banking products and services."
#4. Home run in Major League Baseball
Getting millions of people in and out of sports stadiums safely and quickly is a huge challenge.
Digital ticketing and payment systems help. The next stage is the full biometric entry/exit process.
In the United States, Major League Baseball (MLB) is already conducting research in anticipation.
Major League Baseball (MLB), in cooperation with technical expert CLEAR, will introduce biometric authentication scans at participating stadiums in 2019. Visitors who associate their CLEAR profile with their MLB.com account can gain access through finger presses and soon facial recognition technology.
Fans can also use the system to pay for refreshments and verify their age.
#5. MasterCard Selfie
Existing identity verification methods for e-commerce have problems for both shoppers and merchants.
When the login process is too time-consuming, shoppers will forget their password or abandon the purchase.
Whenever this happens, businesses lose business.
To solve this problem, Mastercard turned to facial recognition.
In 2016, it launched Identity Check Mobile. Here, cardholders take selfies on their smartphones to safely and quickly verify their identity with card networks and retailers.
#6. Protect problem gamblers
Many casinos now offer gamblers with problems the option to exclude themselves from their location.
Now they are using facial recognition to deny entry to these people.
The system monitors people entering the casino and checks their faces against a database of questionable photos of voluntary gamblers who have been asked to leave specific venues. When the system finds a match, the system will remind the employee to check the ID of the person.
Australia’s Crown Casino is one of them, he said, even if a self-exclusive gambler tries to hide his appearance, the system will work.
#7. Speed up hotel stay
For all the technology in hotel rooms and reservation systems, check-in is still stuck in the 1960s.
There is a queue. This may take a while.
As biometric technology plays an important role in the hotel industry, allowing guests to skip the front desk line and reduce check-in procedures, hotel chains are also preparing to join, just like Marriott hotels that recently started testing facial recognition.
#8. Buy burger
In recent years, fast food restaurants have been busy replacing their cashiers with self-service kiosks.
The next logical step might be to let people order through a simple facial scan.
In California, the burger chain CaliBurger is already testing this setup. Customers in Pasadena stores can use the self-service terminal to order, pay and log in to the chain’s loyalty/reward program. The company’s chief executive, John Miller, said: “Our goal is to replace credit cards with facial-based payment methods.”
Biometric payment has been booming in China. Inspired by positive customer feedback, hundreds of restaurants across the country have introduced digital technologies to improve customer experience, development and operational efficiency.
#9. Participate in activities
The 2019 British Music Awards used facial recognition technology to enhance the security of its events and deployed it to the screening halls at multiple entrances of O2 in London.
The system is linked to a mobile application, allowing trained employees to conduct a second face-to-face identity verification check.
#10. Push the future
After 100 years of relatively increasing automotive changes, the industry is full of innovation. Facial recognition is of particular interest to manufacturers.
Byton, one of China's newer automakers, revealed a conceptual model that allows drivers to unlock it with a simple facial scan.
Looking ahead, as the auto industry shifts from privately owned cars to shared cars, facial recognition will be able to lock the door or engine until registered users need to ride in the car and can change the car settings to their liking.
#11. Participate in school registration
"Miss here". School status is an unchangeable part of school life. Children have been saying this for decades.
But in Australia, schools are trying another option.
In 2009, the airport owner ADP Group (ADP Group) added a date to the PARADE fingerprint recognition technology to speed up the process.
In 2009, the owner of the airport was ADP Group (ADP Group). The team added one thing to the PARADE fingerprint recognition technology, and that is the date. Adding a date can make the process faster.
The real-time image is sent to the server and then used as a matching passenger as the passenger passes in front of the camera at the gate.
Less than two seconds
The real-time detected pictures are sent to the server through the software, and then when the passenger is ready to board the plane and pass the camera at the gate, the picture taken by the camera will match the picture in the server to verify the uniqueness and authenticity of the passenger's gender. This operation only took two seconds
Steven Worrall, managing director of Microsoft Australia, said: "We want to provide a great connected customer experience
Steven Worrall is very familiar with us. He is the managing director of an Australian company dispatched by Microsoft Corporation. The philosophy that Microsoft has always upheld is to provide customers with a better user experience between the Internet and customers.
The Victorian Department of Education is using facial recognition technology to monitor the whereabouts of students.
A Victorian education bureau has begun to use facial recognition technology to monitor the status of identifying and going to school. Teachers and employees can access information on web dashboards or mobile apps to save time.
As the system scans people who have borrowed books and updates their databases, borrowing library systems with built-in facial recognition will also become common.
Who is studying face recognition technology?
Facial biometric company
Numerous technology companies are developing facial biometric systems.
Facebook uses this technology to identify and tag millions of photos posted by users every day. It said that the true positive rate of its "DeepFace" technology was 97.25%.
Google has developed a similar product FaceNet. When matching 13,000 facial photos from the web, it claims to have 99.63% accuracy.
Amazon is also focusing on the development of facial recognition technology. They have developed a facial recognition service technology based on cloud data. They named this service Rekognition.
Microsoft has a similar technology: Face API. Both companies license their technology to third parties.
Gemalto's Cogent Live face recognition system can recognize faces even in dynamic and uncontrolled environments. Its SDK enables developers to create applications that match live faces with faces in documents.
Facebook uses facial recognition technology to identify and tag millions of photos that users post every day. It said that the true positive rate of "DeepFace" technology is 97.25%
One promising application of this technology is in financial services. Xavier Larduinat, director of digital banking and payment marketing at Gemalto's parent company Thales, said facial recognition can enhance banking on the streets.
"Banks don't want to close branches. They want to reshape them." He said.
"We are working on a 24/7 kiosk system. They will allow people to scan actual documents such as passports and then take a "life detection" selfie. Then the technician will compare the two images, confirm a match and process transaction."
Larduinat believes that this concept is also safe.
" It only performs real-time one-to-one comparisons. This concept can also reduce the vulnerability caused by human agents, which may bring security risks-for example, tellers and criminals together Work case."
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