iFalcon Control Mobile got reviewed by TechCrunch and the Verge
TechCrunch author, Darrell Etherington, observes that “Technology like this means law enforcement agencies can adopt facial recognition algorithms and use them in public spaces with less hassle and fewer distractions”. “A new product from UAE firm NNTC shows where this tech is headed next,” – adds James Vincent, the Verge columnist.
We thank everyone for attention to our development and will do everything possible to make iFalcon even better, adding new features and updates. In the meantime, we suggest you a selection of the most remarkable articles:
- “Facial recognition smart glasses could make public surveillance discreet and ubiquitous” by The Verge
- “Vuzix to Equip Smart Glasses With Facial Recognition” by Entrepreneur
- “Vuzix smart glasses get automatic facial recognition designed for law enforcement” by TechCrunch
iFalcon Face Control got an update! New features are added: simultaneous connection of multiple glasses to a portable server and monitoring mode, new Central Server roles and many more.
NNTC General Manager answered key questions about the goals, mission and focus of the company. Watch full interview inside.