Large-scale AFIS and multi-biometric identification. MegaMatcher is designed for large-scale AFIS and multi-biometric systems developers. The technology ensures high reliability and speed of biometric identification even when using large databases. Available as a software development kit that allows development of large-scale single- or multi-biometric fingerprint, iris, face, voice or palm print identification products for Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android platforms. Features and Capabilities: - Proven in national-scale projects, including passport issuance and voter deduplication. - NIST MINEX-compliant fingerprint engine, NIST IREX proven iris engine. - Turnkey multi-biometric solution for national-scale identification projects with MegaMatcher ABIS. - High performance matching for large-scale systems with MegaMatcher Accelerator. - Fingerprints, irises and faces can be matched on smart cards using MegaMatcher On Card. - Includes fingerprint, iris, face, voice and palm print modalities. - Rolled, flat and latent fingerprint matching. - BioAPI 2.0 and other ANSI and ISO biometric standards support. - ICAO requirements compliancy check for face images. - Effective price/performance ratio, flexible licensing and free customer support.
An email address can be the key to an online identity, and that's just what IDLight is using in its identity lookup API. By supplying either an email address or a URL to the IDLight API you could be turning the key to unlock a swath of identity information.
Eight APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Images, Government, and Natural Language Processing. A highlight of today's new APIs is the U.S. Department of Labor Sweat & Toil API, which provides data on child labor. Here, we summarize the new additions.
Diffbot has come out of beta announcing the APIs ability to extract content from sites that fit into two page-types: article and front page. The Diffbot engine can determine, just by rendering and looking at a page, what type of page it is. Is it an article or a front page news site? Maybe it's a profile page from a social network. Diffbot’s artificial brain has been literally trained to know the difference. Developers can make 50,000 calls to the Diffbot API per month for free with additional calls available for fractions of a cent. This pricing should encourage wide adoption and experimentation.