CyberLink is partnering with QNAP Systems to integrate CyberLink’s FaceMe facial recognition engine into QNAP’s QVR Face and QVR Face Link smart facial recognition solutions.
The integration will enable QVR Face Link to recognise people’s faces, even with mask on, with up to 98 percent accurary. This would help greatly in managing visitor and staff movement and accessibility, especially when dealing with COVID-19 measures.
“QVR Face Link performs facial recognition and analysis on a NAS (network attached storage) without the need to upload data to the cloud for further processing. This greatly enhances user privacy without impacting result accuracy – even if the person is wearing a mask,” said Hanz Sung, Product Manager of QNAP
“The solution is suitable for door access systems or where non-contact identification is required. QVR Face Link can also be combined with services like QNAP QVR Pro for recording content management services or with QVR DoorAccess to become an access control and attendance management systems to effectively reduce the risk of contact infection by having to remove masks for facial identification,” he added.