İFALCON FACE CONTROL™ MOBILE

The worlds’ first autonomous mobile face recognition with AR smart glasses

iFalcon Face Control Mobile is a world’s first fully autonomous AI-powered face recognition system integrated with a wearable device – AR smart glasses. iFalcon™ Face Control Mobile is designed for law enforcement officers and security guards on patrol. The bodycam or smart glasses screen the crowd to match faces against a database of violators, missing people or suspects. Once there is a match, the solution retrieves relevant information from the database and instantly sends an alert via AR smart glasses.


iFalcon Face Control™ Mobile brings face recognition capabilities anywhere, even without the network of CCTV cameras covering every inch of the city. It proves particularly effective in:

  • Detects people at public events, sports facilities and in other crowded areas: violators, ‘watchlisted’ individuals and missing people
  • Public surveillance in transportation stations, airports, subway and other transport facilities
  • Monitoring immigrants and identification of violators and imposters at border customs control
  • Verification of identity according to ‘white list’
  • Preventing terrorism, espionage and unauthorized access to sensitive areas

Wireless
Up to 8 hours on battery
Autonomous
Does not require any data connection
Portable
And easy to carry with
AR alerts
Received in glasses within less than a second

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How do we stand out?

iFalcon runs on an algorithm which is in the top three in terms of the recognition quality according to global ratings such as the Face Recognition Vendor Test compiled by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST FRVT) and Labelled Faces in the Wild.


15 faces
Detects up to 15 faces per videoframe in <1s
<1 sec
Total time for recognition and alerting
>1 million
Can handle 1 min unique faces in database
Full autonomy
No data connectivity is required

Reviews

«What next? Ubiquity, perhaps. The US firm, Vuzix, has teamed up with a Dubai firm, NNTC, to produce facial recognition smart glasses»
«The good news is that this means it’s going to be relatively circumscribed and specific in its usage: Basically it works best when you know who you’re looking for, and that means suspects or known offenders, and potentially missing people»
«Facial recognition smart glasses could make public surveillance discreet and ubiquitous - a new product from UAE firm NNTC shows where this tech is headed next»
«For better or worse, a US-based maker of smart glasses will merge its technology with a facial-recognition system in Dubai to help law enforcement in the Middle East catch criminals »
«Groundbreaking tech development»
«The independent Face Recognition Vendor Test conducted by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has recorded a True Positive Rating (TPR) of 97.45%, indicating a high percentage of accurate matches, and a False Positive Rating (FPR) of only 0.1% on a test database of over one million faces for NNTC’s face recognition algorithm»

How it works?

  • AR smart glasses or bodycam detect faces with built-in camera and transmit information to a wearable portable computer over wireless channel
  • Portable computer processes face images and compares them with faces from the database
  • Portable computer finds the match in the database
  • Once face match is found, a user is alerted via smart glasses
  • Additional alerts can be sent to mobile devices

Technical Specifications

Mobile Server
Battery life
Up to 8 hours without charging
Battery
2 hot swapping batteries
Wireless
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
CPU
Intel® Core i7-8650U
RAM
Up to 32 GB DDR4-2400 1.2V SO-DIMM
SSD
256 GB
Inputs
2 USB ports
Dimensions
175*160*60 mm
Authentication
Embedded fingerprint scanner
AR Smart Glasses
Display
Cobra II full-color DLP
Camera
8 Megapixel, 720p video
CPU
Quad Core ARM
Battery
LiPo
Wireless
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Operation
Touch pad with gesture
Alerts
Haptic vibration
OS
Android

iFalcon Face Control Online

It’s also possible to connect any of supported Edge devices via Wi-Fi or Mobile Connection (4G/5G). This option is convenient for areas with stable connection (WLAN/Internet), and this mode of connection is recommended for using drone patrols – to cover large areas with Face recognition from the drone.


Ifalcon presentation (EN)

Ifalcon presentation (AR)


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