June 3, 2014 By: Sean McDonald They can tell you what celebrity you look like, or help catch a criminal on the run. Animetrics in Conway is using facial recognition technology to turn science fiction into reality. Watch the show here
Product Feature: New Twists on Familiar Safeguards for Schools Scott Harris, Freelance Writer Putting a Name to Face Surveillance cameras are standard in many schools. But what do law enforcement officers do when the camera does not capture a clear […]
CONWAY, N.H., May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Animetrics, Inc., (ANIMETRICS) a leading supplier of 3D Facial Recognition and Facial Identity Management Solutions, is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a GSA Schedule 70 contract (GS-35F-292BA) and are now certified to […]
By: Shini Somara / April 2, 2014 The “TechKnow” team had nicknamed me the “snow queen” after our story on tornado innovations was derailed by terrible weather. So, of course, though we landed in Boston to glorious sunshine, a heavy […]
BY MICHAEL COUSINEAU, MCCLATCHY NEWS SERVICE / MARCH 26, 2014 Animetrics, a Conway, N.H., company that helps law enforcement agencies around the world catch criminals, is now selling its facial-recognition technology through commercial licensing. Read Full Article Here.
Business Insider / March 25, 2014 By Barry Levine We are now in the age of face-recognition-as-a-service. That’s the word from the CEO of a facial recognition company that is now licensing an API for its military-grade face recognition. Paul […]
NH Union Leader / March 25, 2013 By Michael Cousineau Animetrics, a Conway company that helps law enforcement agencies around the world catch criminals, is now selling its facial-recognition technology through commercial licensing. Read full article at unionleader.com.
Forbes.com / February 4, 2014 By Paul Schuepp The National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) will begin this week a series of meetings to debate whether to adopt voluntary guidelines to determine how the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights applies to […]
By Paul Schuepp Popular Science magazine had written an exhaustive article in its February issue about law enforcement’s use of facial recognition. I wanted to share it because Animetrics, in particular our flagship ForensicaGPS technology, is featured prominently. The article, […]
Law and Order Magazine / November, 2013 By Susan Geoghegan It is estimated that as many as 25 percent of complaint cases contain facial images of the suspects, which are received from a variety of sources that include social networks, cell phones, and […]