The CES-S400 is the world’s longest-range commercial biometric system, capturing 2D and 3D facial data to identify targets at standoff distances. With a tactical range up to 30 meters, the S400 can capture subjects in motion, handle extreme lighting variations, overcome occlusions such as sunglasses and beards, and correct off-angle poses for enhanced identification capabilities. With the ability to capture 2D and 3D facial data in real time, the S400 supports group processing which increases throughput in high traffic environments. The system is easily deployed in a variety of ways, including fixed indoor and outdoor units as well as mobile vehicle-based systems.
The ENR-330 is SVI’s premier enrollment system designed for rapid biometric enrollment, captures high-resolution 3D and 2D face images while tolerating variable lighting and subject motion. The ENR-330 is very easy to operate with an on-screen go/no-go capture indicator and is suited for use in environments with high volume in a variety of backgrounds. Our enrollment system captures facial biometrics of cooperative subjects positioned at 1 meter using an intuitive in-range indicator and built-in quality verification that ensures only good quality images are accepted. The ENR-330 is designed for easy transport and quick set-up, and with minimal processing time, it facilitates a reduction in queue back-ups.
ENR-330 is compliant with 2D biometric passport image standards as per ISO/IEC 19794-5. Additionally, the ENR-330 can be integrated with 3rd party 2D and 3D databases providing a seamless transition to a 2D/3D infrastructure operating in a stand-alone or networked environment.
SVI’s Facial Recognition Binocular Technology was initially developed to support Navy, Joint, and Coalition Warfighters to identify persons of interest at ranges up to 200 meters. Currently in pre-production this mobile man-portable technology integrates real time surveillance operations with on-demand facial recognition via simple point and shoot operation.