NEC’s Face Recognition Technology Achieves Top Accuracy Ranking in NIST Testing: Press Release

In a recent benchmark test conducted by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), NEC Corporation’s face recognition technology was ranked as the most accurate in the world, achieving an authentication accuracy rate of 99.88% in “1:N Identification.” This test involved still images of 12 million different people, demonstrating NEC’s exceptional ability to accurately identify individuals.

NEC has been a leader in the face recognition industry since 2009, consistently ranking first in the “1:N Identification” test conducted by NIST. The company’s technology has been implemented at over 80 airports worldwide for various applications such as immigration, customs, boarding procedures, and customer service.

In addition to its implementation at airports, more than 1,000 organizations have adopted NEC’s NeoFace Monitor system, which allows users to log in to their devices using face recognition technology. This improves both security and convenience for users while also providing added benefits to businesses.

NEC continues to be a leader in providing face recognition cloud services with over 1 million registered users in Japan alone. The company has rolled out real-world implementations of its technology in over 50 countries and regions worldwide, demonstrating its global presence and expertise in the industry.

Overall, NEC’s face recognition business is a leader in the industry and has a strong presence in various applications and services. Its continued success is a testament to its commitment to providing accurate and innovative solutions for businesses around the world.

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