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What does FERET stand for?

FERET stands for Facial Recognition Technology


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Digimarc ID Systems, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Digimarc Corporation (Nasdaq:DMRC), recently announced that the facial recognition technology Digimarc sources for drivers license applications in North America, FaceIt, was a top performer according to the recent Facial Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) 2002 sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Eyematic's facial recognition technology is one component of its comprehensive visual sensing software suite, which also includes advanced capabilities such as real-time facial feature tracking, facial gesture determination, eye gaze monitoring and the tracking of handheld objects.
Through deployment of Viisage's biometrics architecture, which includes its core facial recognition technology and a scalable database design, federal and military organizations are able to accurately identify known terrorists and enhance homeland security effectiveness.
By combining C-VIS' facial recognition technology with Cross Match's existing fingerprint based Personal Identity Verification solutions and Visitor Management Systems, Cross Match will enable its customers to further increase security at correctional facilities, corporations, hospitals, government facilities, schools, day care centers and other facilities deploying identification and identity verification systems.
the leading provider of enterprise single sign-on solutions for hospitals, and Sensible Vision, an innovator of continuous authentication solutions, today introduced a breakthrough biometric single sign-on solution that uses facial recognition technology to automate user log-in and provide instant access to single sign-on applications.
CryptoMetrics, a leading global provider of facial recognition and fingerprint biometric solutions to the government, aviation security, law enforcement, military, homeland security and commercial markets, today announced that the New Zealand Passport Office has deployed its facial recognition technology as part of that country's ePassport initiative.