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The system as shown above figure can be flexibly configured with N entrance multi-biometric access control device terminals, N exit face access control device terminals, N door locks, and N surveillance cameras managed with a PC server program or through cloud service or a smartphone app. The system is scheduled to be released in 8/2023
We have submitted three SDK for NIST FRVT Ongoing benchmark as of 3/24/2022. The left graph extracted from the NIST report shows the three sdk accuracy improvement on NIST three datasets. The OMNIGARDE_002 which was submitted on 1/19/2022. The test results were published on 3/17/2022. False non-matching rate is less than .6% at .001% FAR on the three tested datasets. OMNIGARDE_002 sdk achieved rank-3 among US submitted companies and 22 among world-wide submitted companies on 3/17/2022. Two more sdks are expected to be submitted by our company in 2022. Stay tuned for the new improved results.
We have submitted a fingerprint minutiae matching SDK for NIST MINEX III Ongoing benchmark on 2/10/2023. Our SDK omnigarde+0003 performed rank-1 among all US submitted sdks and rank-5/rank-6 among all world wide submitted companies/sdks. The right table extracted from the NIST MINEX III website shows the sdk matching interchangeability accuracy/ranking on the top performance SDKs. The test result of our template matcher achieved 0.043% FNMR@1%FAR pooled result in the 2 fingers matching interchangeability test.
About MINEX III
The Fingerprint Minutiae Interoperability Exchange(MINEX) III is an interoperability standard ongoing test to evaluate state of the art fingerprint recognition software from worldwide fingerprint developers, which is run by National Institute of Standards and Technology(NIST), and evaluates the compliance of template generators and template matchers across different vendors. The test is used to establish compliance of template generators and template matchers for the U.S. Government’s Personal Identity Verification (PIV) program. NIST’s MINEX III test is the most stringent benchmark to evaluate fingerprint template generation and matching.
The NIST PIV program defines 2 levels of accuracy specifications. Vendors only achieve full compliance if they satisfy all requirements for both Level 1 and Level 2 PIV compliance. Compliance with the PIV program is often a mandatory requirement for worldwide public and private tenders that require fingerprint technology. The US Government mandates the use of only PIV Programmed fingerprint template generators and matchers as it guarantees security and interoperability.