iFalcon Face Control revision 1.7 update
Falcon 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.
Simultaneous connection of multiple glasses to a portable server
Two pairs of glasses may be connected to a portable server that allows changing glasses during work.
A mode with additional information displayed in the glasses interface: number of detections and matches, portable server’s actual state. Can be used for demonstrations and portable server service support.
Link a user (a group of users) to Mobile Set (portable server and glasses)
All users created in the unified central database. Each user may be linked with specified mobile sets. This feature allows distributing mobile sets among subdivisions.
«Suspicious persons» report
A new report «Suspicious persons» based on auto-enrolled persons has been added to the central server.
Portable servers status page
New page on the Central server with information of portable server’s current state.
Available information: connection, current software versions, database, and person update information.
Location of portable server
New possibility to get information about the location of the portable server in case of alerts.
Improved performance and reliability for synchronization between portable and main server.
Additional languages support: Arabic, Turkish
Added warning about the license limit for person quantity
Encryption of Portable server data
Added possibility for displaying alerts on the Central server via 4G network (for the 4G-enabled kit)
Added GPS location in the portable server
Added Auto enroll for cameras
Some UI improvements
- Fixed several minor bugs
Dmitry Doshaniy, NNTC General Manager, visited Vuzix HQ in Rochester last week. During the visit, he handed over a demo sample of iFalcon Face Control Mobile to Paul Travers, Vuzix CEO.
During September 8-12 visitors of GSX 2019 in Chicago had an opportunity to try out iFalcon Face Control Mobile – the world’s first fully autonomous mobile face recognition system, integrated with Vuzix AR glasses and supported by AI-powered recognition engine by VisionLabs.