Biometric Search and Match SDKs  /  Nexa|Face™ – Facial Recognition Software2019-09-17T12:30:20-05:00

Nexa|Face™


SDK for facial recognition and authentication

Nexa|Face™ provides high-performance biometric algorithms for multistage facial recognition and identification or rapid, high-volume face authentication. Nexa APIs are reliable, configurable, and easy to use, complemented by a level of technical support that has helped make Aware a trusted provider of high-quality biometric software for over twenty years.Nexa SDKs are designed to be easily configured towards optimization of a system for a given application, database, computing platform, and operational environment. They include tools that help quantify system performance, identify opportunities for improvement, and continuously optimize the system.

Fast, Accurate, and Scalable

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Nexa|Face used in
AwareABIS™

AwareABIS™ is an Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) used for large-scale biometric identification and deduplication, with support for fingerprint, face, and iris modalities. Its highly modular architecture allows it to be configured and optimized for either civil or criminal applications.

It has the flexibility to utilize Aware’s high-performance, NIST-tested Nexa™ face, fingerprint, and iris matching algorithms, as well as top-tier fingerprint algorithms from 3rd-party providers. Together, these features make it the best ABIS on the market not only for extreme configurability but for prevention of vendor lock-in.

AwareABIS Diagram


 

Nexa|Face used in
Astra™

Astra™ is a cluster computing platform used for large-scale biometric identification and deduplication using fingerprint, face, and iris recognition. It is a highly scalable platform that performs one-to-many search or one-to-one match against large stores of biometrics and other identity data. It does so by deploying biometric data and matching algorithms across a cluster of multiple computing nodes.

Astra


 

Nexa|Face used in
Knomi®

The Knomi mobile biometric authentication framework is a collection of biometric SDKs running on mobile devices and a server that together enable strong, multi-factor, password-free authentication from a mobile device using biometrics. Knomi offers multiple biometric modality options, including facial recognition, keystroke dynamics, and voice authentication as means to authenticate.

Mobile Biometric Software

Other modalities available

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