19 Facial Recognition Providers Profiled

By: Charles Rollet, Published on Apr 23, 2019

IPVM interviewed 19 facial recognition providers at ISC West to understand their claimed accuracy, success and positioning.

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9 from China, where facial recognition has received the most significant recent support:

  • Dahua: "interest but not adoption"
  • Facego: Big parent company, poor marketing
  • Hikvision: Downplayed
  • Longse: Fac Rec "Just for Show"
  • Qualvision: "Frank Comments on NDAA, Face Rec Hype"
  • Sunell: Bold Claims
  • TVT: "that's gonna piss our customers off"
  • ZKTeco: Claims World’s Best Facial Recognition, Calls Hikvision “Cheap Chinese”

Note: China's most prominent facial recognition providers, SenseTime, Megvii Face++, and Yitu did not attend ISC West.

And another 11 outside of China, mostly US, with one each from Australia, Japan, Russia, South Korea and Taiwan:

  • Avycon: ''It Can Detect A Face"
  • Axxonsoft: Frank Comments on 'Accuracy' Ratings
  • Ayonix: Emphasis on Speed
  • Ever AI: Positions Itself As China/Russia Competitor
  • Deepcam: Selling $59 'Facial Recognition' Cams
  • Faceron: Obscure Operations
  • Geovision: 3D Face Map And Gender Recommendations
  • iOmniscient: "20x Cheaper", Touts Chinese Army as Client
  • Panasonic: 'We Beat NEC'
  • Real Networks / SAFR: US Based Facial Recognition for Schools Solution
  • Tough Dog: Tough Time Selling Face Rec Solutions
  • Virdi: World's Best / No Evidence

Inside this report, we provide detail and analysis on each one plus trends found.

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* **** *****, ***** facial *********** *** ******** the **** *********** ****** support:

  • *****: "******** *** *** adoption"
  • ******: *** ****** *******, poor *********
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  • ******: *** *** "**** for ****"
  • **********: "***** ******** ** NDAA, **** *** ****"
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  • ***: "****'* ***** **** our ********* ***"
  • ******: ****** *****’* **** Facial ***********, ***** ********* “Cheap *******”

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  • *********: ***** ******** ** 'Accuracy' *******
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  • ***** ***: ***** **** Selling **** *** *********
  • *****: *****'* **** / No ********

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  • Inaccurate ******** ******: many companies said their face rec software had "98%" or "99%" accuracy but were unclear about how they derived them or what that meant in real use. Given the vagueness, we would be skeptical.
  • Sourcing: While most firms claim their software is entirely their own, one white labeler told IPVM this was not always the case; OEM-ing is quite common across facial recognition providers.
  • GDPR: several companies stated their facial recognition solution was "GDPR compliant", an inaccurate claim since no products can be **** *********.
  • Unsure ***** *** ****: IPVM heard frank comments from some distributors that most average customers didn't need facial recognition, with one describing it as more of an "industry trend" rather than a client-driven one.

** ***** ** ******* trends:

  • Education: in China, facial recognition firms are increasingly eyeing the education access control market - Sunell, for example, has launched face rec-integrated thermal cameras that detect when specific kids get sick. IPVM also interviewed a subsidiary of a controversial Chinese company 'scoring' students using face analytics to tell whether they're paying attention. The field is smaller in the US but still present with firm SAFR, who we also profiled.
  • Less ** **** **** *** ******* *******: Dahua and Hikvision's facial recognition displays were notably muted, with both booths giving significantly less play to the technology than in the past.
  • Wider ************: IPVM found one China-US company pushing face rec for retail at rock-bottom prices ($59 per camera with an $8 per month subscription) and another selling facial recognition recorders for less than $1,000, signs that a race to the bottom mentality has infiltrated facial recognition as well. However, how well those super low-cost facial recognition recorders work is questionable.

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Dahua: ***** ** **** ***

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* ******** ***** **** analytics ********** **** ** 'angry' (*** *****, ******** 'hungry' ***** **** **** more ********):

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*** *** ********* ***** and ***** ** **** identified ** '*********' ****** their ***** *** *** show **** *******.

* ***** *** *** told **** ** *** seeing "******** *** *** adoption" *** *** ****** recognition *********, ****** **** the ******* *** ******* promoting ***** ****** ** the **.

FaceGo: **** *********, ************* ****** *******

******* **********/***********:******** * *******-***** ****** recognition *** ****** ******* firm **** ***** *,*** employees. ***** **% ** FaceGo’s ******** ** ** China. ********, *** ******* orients ****** ** * mass-market ********* ****** ******* solution.

****** ******* ******* ** Scrutiny: ******'* ****** ************** ************ ******** ****** ** China, *** ******** *** the ******* ** ****-***** ********** *** ********* ********* product, *** "***** **** System" (***). *** ******* film ******** ** * schools ****** ***** *** use ********* ** ******** them **** **** **********: listening, *********** **** ******, talking, *******, ********, ** asking *********. ***** ** this, *** *** **** scores *** ********, ******* that *** ****** ** teachers *** *******. *** system *** **** **** $200,000 *** * ** classroom ****** *** *** Chinese ********** **** *** bill *** ** *** AI ********* ********.

*******: FaceGo sells small tablet-style face rec ************* *** ** ******* on ***** **** ** entrances:

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*****: The devices run anywhere from $200-$600 each.

***********: According to a promotional display, the company has 1,000,000 installs across the world. The terminals can store up to 15,000 faces – contrast that to ZKTeco’s claim of being able to match up to 1 million.

*** *****: Overseas sales manager Heidi Shaw said the terminals are sold to facilities like schools, hospitals, museums – its *********** ***** *****’* ******** of ******* ******* ** a ********. **** ****** many ************* ** ***** use ****** *********** *** access ******* ** ******* parents *** ******* ***** kids ****’* *******.

********: Shaw also stated that FaceGo has an accuracy of 99% and can distinguish between an actual face and a photo of one (‘liveness detection’).

*** **********?**** **** ****** **** uses “*** *** **** technology”.

** ******* ********* **** to ******* ***** *** software, ******* ********* ********* have ********* ****. **** can *** *** *** to ******* ***** *** software ** *** ***** market

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  • * *** ******* **** system **** *********** **** your ***********
  • * ** **** *** all *** **** ******* you *** ******* ** rest
  • *** *** ********** ****** alive
  • *** **** ******** ****** instantly
  • ****-***** ****** ****** *** turned **** * ********* in ** ****

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Hikvision: "*** *******" ** **** ** ****

**** ********* ** ********* someone ** ********* ***** its ****** *********** **********. A *** ******** ** to * ***** ********, who **** ** **** were "*** ******* ** talk ** [****]" *** walked ****. ****'* ***** attempts ** *** ******** from *********'* ****** ************** manager****** ************** **** ************. ****** at*************** **** ****, ** attempts **** **** ** follow ** **** **** IPVM **** *** *****, however.

*******, *********'* ****** *********** demonstrations **** *******, ********* in * ****** ****** of *** *****.

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Longse: *** *** '**** *** ****', **** ***********

******* **********/***********: Chinese manufacturer Longse's booth had a run-of-the-mill facial recognition display, which was mostly notable for a glaring typo highlighting its "artifical" intelligence series of cameras:

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*****/********/*** ****:***** ****** ******** *** "artifical ************ ******", * sales ******* **** **** they **** *** *** available ** *** ** and **** ****** *********** was "********* **** *** the ****" ******* ** "looks **** ** *** booth."

**** **** ****** ** answer **** ******** ********* on *****, ***********, *** beyond ******* **** ****** would ** ********* ** "AI ****** **** ** chipset [***] ******* ***" sometime **** ****, ********** that *** ******** ***** be *********.

**** **** ***** *** the **** *** ****, it **** *********** ******, identifying *** *** (*** right) ** ****** ******* when ** ******* ****'*, and *********** ******* **** glasses ** *** ****** any **** ** ******* did:

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Qualvision: ***** ******** ** ****, **** *** ****

******* **********:************ * ******* ************ with*********** *** **** ** distributor. ** ** ****** focused ** ************ *** does *** *** ****** as * *** ****** in *** ****** *********** field, **-******* *** ** told ****, ******* **** wall *******:

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*******:********** ***** ******* **** "embedded ********" **** ******* facial *********** *********, ** said. *** ******* *** HiSilicon ********, ******* **** are ******** ** ******** due ** *** **** “to ***** ********* **** the ** **********”, ** added, ****** **'* ***** concerns ** **** *** topic **** ** **********, ***** *** "**** many ******* [****] ********* [chips]." (*** ****, ********* ********* ******* ******** Tens ** ******** ** Western *** *******).

*****: ~$**-$** *** **** ‘facial ***********’ ****** **** no *********** ***.

********:"** *** ***** ****** 95% ********* ** *** lighting," ** ****.

*** **********?*** **** ********** ****** the ********** *** **** by ********, ** ****, which ***** ** ***** with *** ********.

******** ** *********/***** **** rec: Wu made interesting comments on Hikvision and Dahua, stating that Hikvision keeps its facial recognition mostly in-house but that Dahua was much more “open” about using systems from other companies. Both firms are increasingly competing with SenseTime and Face++ for big government projects, he said, claiming SenseTime was “very powerful” and likely offered the best facial recognition system in China. "Most [of SenseTime's R&D employees] are scientists, not engineers," unlike Hikvision, Wu said.

********* ** **** *** Trend:** **** **** ***** comments ***** *** ********** of ****** *********** *****, sounding *********:

* ***** ****** *********** is ******* **** ******* but ****** ***** ***** to *** ** *** how ** *** **. We *** ** **********, but *** ** ***'* know.

Sunell: '****-*********' ** ********, ********* '*****' *******+**** *** ******

******* **********/***********:******* ********************** * ****** ** pitch **** ********* ** Dahua **** ****, ******* itself * "****** ** video ******** ********:"

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*** ******* ** ******** on "**** ****-********* ** products" **** ******* ******* Ann **. ** *** keen ** ********* **** while *** ******* ********** "encourages ********* ** ****** in **", ** ****** "we ****** ***** ** commercial" *** ***-**** *******. "Hikvision *** ***** *** more ******* ** ********** projects," *** ****.

*******:** *** *****, ****** showed *** *** "** Camera *.*" ******, ******* the*** ******** ******,***** **** * ******* imaging + ****** *********** camera ****** *****-**.**** **** **** "**** 20,000" ** ******* *** shipped ********* ** ***.

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*** *****:*** **-** ******, ***** looks **** * *****, is ***** ** ** used ** ******* ** automatically ****** *** ******** which ******** *** **** based ** * ******* of ***** ********:

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** *** ** **** about ***-*** ** *** cameras **** **** *********, mostly ** *****. *** other ******* *** ***** for *** ****** *********** facial *********** ************ **** airports *** ** ********** for ***** ********** ** factories. *** ****** *** said *** ** ******* were **** ** *** Chinese ******** ******* ****** were ******* ****** ***** punchcards.

*****:****** ******** ** ******* on *** ***** ** its ** *******.

********:**** ******* **-**% ********.

*** **********?** **** ****** "***** with * *** ********* providers ** *****".

TVT: "****'* ***** **** *** ********* ***"

**** ********* ** **********, *** ******* ************. However, ******** ***** ******** Tank *** **** ** repeatedly **** **** *** not ******** - ******* ever ********** ***:

** **** **** ** focus ** **** *******

** ****** ***'* **** you **** ** ****** on **

[*** ********* ** ** will] **** *** ********* difficult

****'* ***** **** *** customers ***

**'* **** ***********

************, **** *** **** to *** * ***** from ****** ***'* ***** of *** ****** ** makes *********** *** ****** recognition:

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ZKTeco ****** *****’* **** ****** ***********, ***** ********* “***** *******”

******* **********/***********: ******** * ******* **********/****** control ****. ** *** West, ** ******** ****** as * "********, ********** and *************" ********, **** particular ******** ** ****** analytics.

**** *** ****** ** Accuracy, *****, ***:**** ***** **** **** Fitzwater, ** ********* ***** executive *** ********** ** ZKTeco *** *** **** a ****** ** *********** claims ***** ******’* **** recognition **********, ***** ** used *** ****** ******* and ** *** *******'* “smart ******” ** ***********/******/***:

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**’** ***** ** ** the ***** ****** ** facial ***********.

** **** **.**% ********.

*** ********* ** ************. There’s *** *********** ********** [****** ***********] **** skin, ** ***’* **** any ** ****.

** *** **** ** [facial *********** ***** ******] on *** **** ** your ****.

*** **** ********** *****. ***** ******* ***** five ***** **** **** ours.

******** ** ******* ** for **** ******. [* smart *****]

********* **** ******* ****** could ** **** *********** on * **** ***** (such ** * ******* faces) *** * ***** like ****’* ** * concert. ********* *** ********** uploaded ***** ****** ** the *****/*******’* *** ***** simply **** **** * camera ******* ** *** be ******** ** ****, then ***** *************** ***** on ******** *********, ***.

**’* **** ** **** Minority ******!

*******, ** **** *** explained, **** **** ** recognition ** **** ********* to **. **** ** China, ***** ****** ** is **** **** ******, payments/retail *** ****** ************ not ****** *********** – you **** ** ***** both **** **** *** phone ******, ** *** system ***** ******** *** to ********* ** ***** faces. (****** *****’* *** ** Facial *********** *****.)

********* **** ******* ****** recognition *** ********* ********** because “*** ***’* *******-******** your ****.” *******, ****** recognition ******** *** ********* be ****** ** ******** a ***** ** ******* else’s **** *** ******* it ** * ******, as ****** ****** ** **** video.

USA *** ** *********: When IPVM returned to the ZKTeco booth to film a quick video of it, ZKTeco USA’s CEO ***** ********** ** ***, **********, stated **** ***** ** appreciated ****’* **********, ** was ************ **** ****** being ****** ** **** other ******* *************, ************ Hikvision:

********* ** * ***** Chinese ****** ************ *** to ** ********** **** that ** ****… *[******]*

***-*****

Avycon: '** *** ****** * ****'

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**** ********* ** *** basic *****/***********/******** ********* ***** US *** **************'* ****** ***********. *** rep ** **** ******** to *** ****** ** answer, *******: "** *** detect * ****, ****'* the **** * ****," he ****.

****** *** **** ******** been * (*****) *** re-labeller.**** **** **** ********* facial *********** ** ******* videos*** ********* *** ** much ** *** ****.

AxxonSoft: ***** ******** ** '********' *******

******* **********/***********:******** ******** *************** ************* ** ******, where ** *** ***** 50-60% ** *** ******, according ** *** *** Shimirzov. ********* ** *********** itself ** * ******** provider **** ***** ***** AI-enabled ************ ******** **** a ******* **** ** smart ******, ********* ****.

*******:********* ***** **** ***-*********** *** *** *********- **** *** ***** a ***** ****, ***** previous **** **** **** successfully *******, ********* *** partially ******** **** ** an *****:

********:**** ** ******** *********** Igor ******** ******** ** give * ***** ******* face *** ******** **********, stating *** "**** ********" results *** **** **** rankings ***** **** '********' ratings *** **** **-***** in ***** **********, ****** them ********** *** ****-***** use. ********* **** *** claim ***** **** *** "more ********" **** ******, performing ****** ** *** angle *****.

*****:$*** *** ****** ***********-******* channel *** $*,*** *** a **** ******** ‘******* limit’.

*** *****:********* **** *********** *********'* use ** *** **** Mexico **** *******, ********* 200 ******** *** ****** recognition *** *** *******'* 2,500 *******

*** **********?********* **** ** ***** its *** **** *** had *** ***** ** Russia, ******, *******, *** Australia.

Ayonix: ******** ** *****

******* **********/***********:**** “***% ****** ***********” software ******* ** ********, Virginia *****, **** *** Michael * *******, *** was ********** **'* ** Tokyo, *****. ** ** positioning ****** ** * “core ****” ******* **** speedy ****** *********** *** is ***** ** *** Western *** ******** ******. 85% ** *** ******** is **** ******* *** US, ******* ******, *** Middle ****, *** *****.

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********/*****: Ayonix's website ********** *** ******** ***** less **** '*** ************' to ***** ******* ** a * ******* ****** database **** * **.*% accuracy *****. **** ** in ***** **** ****** to *** "******** ** recognition ******" ***** ** 1kb *********, *** ******* states. ****** ******** #* ranking *** ******* * **** **** competition.

***********: One server can support "1,000 cameras" and each camera can support 10,000 records, Broggie said. "Scale is virtually unlimited."

*****:******* **** ****** **** too ******** ** ***, although *** ******* *** "competitively-priced" *******. ******'* *************** ******** ** ****-*********** because ** *** *** server ************:

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************* ****** ** ***** and ***** ***** ******* in **** ******* *** virtually ****** **** ****** recognition, ** ******* **** are *********** ********** ** premium ****** *********.

*** *****: ******* **** ****** was ** *** ** Softbank ** ***** *** malls ** ******* *** Dubai.

*** **********?“** *** *** ** our **********, ** ***** party ************ – ****-**-****,” said *******. ******** ******* age, ******, *** **** analytics, *** *** ******.

DeepCam: **-***** ******* ******* $** '****** ***********' ****

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******* **********/***********:********* ********** ** **** China *** ********, **** its ** ** *** latter, **** ******** *** Liu. **** ** *** company’s ******** ***** **** China's ****** ******** *** retail ******, *** *****. The ** ***** ** on "**********" ****** *********, as *** ** **** from *** *******, ************* **** *** ** a ***** ************* ****** ***********' "behavior" *** *** **** across ******** ******.

*******/*****:*** ‘**** *******’ ****** is * $** "*** HD ****** ***********" **** camera **** * ****** recognition *** (******) ************ *** $* a *****:

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**** **** **** * bullet ****** *** ***** $150. "** **** ** really ********** *** **********," Liu ****, ** **** by ******* **** "* dozen *************" ** **** the *******, ***** ** said **** ************ ******** by *******.

** **** ****, ******* automatically ********** **** ***** we **** * ******, pulling ** *** ******** hits.

***********:*** ******* *** *** store ** ** **,*** faces, *** ****. "*** systems **** **** ****** to **** ********** **** large *********** ** *** millions," *******' ** ******* Don ****** (*** **** did *** ****) *******.

********:*** ****** *** ******** had ******** ** "** to **%", *** **** "our ********* *** ****** double ******** [** ******] as ****" - * common ******* ** ******-******** cameras ** ******, ***** double ***** ****** *********.

*** **********?******* ****** **** *** facial *********** ******** *** its ***, *************-********* **********.

Ever **: ******** ** ************* **** ********, ********* ****** ** *****/****** **********

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******* **********/***********:**** ** ***** ****** "the *****'* **** ******** facial *********** ********." **'* a **-***** ******* ***** provides ****** *********** ********** for "*******-********" ********** ************.

******** ** ***********:*** ***** ** **** AI’s ********* ** * database ** ** ******* faces **** **** *** million ****** **** ** garnered ** * ******* consumer ***** ***** *** called “****”. ******* *** vast ******** ** ***** people ***** ******** ***** photos ***** *** ** being **** ** ***** face *** **********, ******* Magazine ****** *** **** AI ** *** ******* *** ******** ** **** Face," ******* * ****** Ever **** *** **** "Nothing ** ******* ******* and **** **** ****** the **** *** ** me.”

**** ****, ******’* ***, responded ** *** ******** coverage ** ******* ** IPVM **** ****** ***** originally ******** ** *** Ever *** ****** ***********, something ** ******* ******* implied ** *** *******. “This ****’* **** ************ notion **** ** **** going ** ** ****** recognition,” ** ****. **** conceded, *******, **** *** lack ** ***** ****** to ***** *** * “fair ********”, ******** ********* that ****'* *** *** always ******* *** **** a ********.

***********:******* *** ************* *******, Ever ** ** **** to ******** ****** ** a ********** ** *** Chinese *** ******* ******** which ******************** ** **********'************* ** ****** *********** algorithms: "* ****** ** the **** ******* ******* to ********* ***** *** Russia ** **** *********** accuracy"***** * ****** ***** release.**** ** ******** ** list ********* *** *** pitch ** ******* ***** at ******* ********** ********* - ***** ********* *** governments, ********* ******** *** law ***********.

********/*******:**** ** **** *** first ** *** "**** Faces" ******** ** *** NIST ******** **** ****, i.e. ***** ********** '** the ****' ** ************ cameras ** ***-***** **********. On **********, **** ** ****** it *** ******* * wide ******* ** *********, including **** *** ****:

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*******:****-**-**** *****.

***** ********:**** **** ********* ** IPVM **** **** '**** recognition' ********** ******** ** have ***** *** ********** software ******** *** ** from ***** ******* ** open ******:

*** ****** *****, *** you **** *** ***** and ***'** *** *,*** companies ***** *** **** demo.

***********, **** **** '**% accuracy' ****** **** **** companies *** **********, ** these ******* *** ***** on **-***** ******* ** only ** ***** **********. Aley **** **** ** the **** ******** ****** rather **** **-***** ******** ratings: "** ****** ********* the ***** **** *** chaff."

Faceron: **** *** ******** ******* **** ******* **********

******* **********/***********:*** ** ******* ** based ** ** *** New **** *** ***** facial *********** ********.

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*******’* ********* ****-*****; * ***** labeled ‘***** ** ***********’ is ******* ***** *****.** ******* *** **** the **** **** *********** business ** "***** *******" but ******** ** ** more ********. “** *** focused ** ****** *******, industrial *** **********”, ** said, **** ** ********* and ******* – *** governments.

*******:*** ******** ******* ** a “**** ********” ****** recognition ******** ***** **** has ****** ********* *** “over ***” ********* ***** of *******, *** ******, such ** ******, ********, dogs, ***.

*****:*** ******** ** ******** any *******, ****** ****** it *** **** “*******-*****” and “************-*****”.

***********:*** ******* *** ******** could *** ****** *********** for ****** ** *-* million ****** **** “*********” of *******.

********:*** ****** **** "******** is **** **** **%, can ** ** **.*%"

** *** ****** **** in * ******* ** [firefighters] *** **** **** a ******** ** ****** earlier

*** **********?*** **** ******* ********* its *** ****** *********** technology.

*****:*** ** *** *** face *** ***** **** spoke **, ******* *** the *******. ***** ** also **** ****** *********** about *** ******* ******.

Geovision **** *** ***** *******, ******** ****** *********

******* **********/***********:*********, *** ********-****** ********* firm ***** *** ************** ********** *****, *** * booth ***** ******* ****** up ****** ***********:

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********* ********* ***** ***** said *** ******* ** positioning ****** ** ** end-to-end ****** *********** ******** for ***-**** *** *****:

**’** *** ******** *** the ******* ********* [***] niche *******: ******, *******, correctional **********. **’** **** in *** ****** ** years, ** **** ******** markets ****.

*******:*********’* **** ****** *********** camera ** *****-****** ****. *** **** **** sells ****** ********************.

*****:***** *** *** ********* on *******, *** *** dome **** *** ****** typically******* ****** $*,***. * terminal *** ********** ***** $***.

***********:***** ****** ********* ******* typically ******* **,***-**,*** ***** in *** ********.

********:***** **** *** ****’* facial *********** ******** *** an ******** ** ***** 95% ** ****-******* ************. However, ** ****** **** only **% ******** ** often “**** ******” *** non ******-******* *********.

*** **********?********* ******** *** *** facial *********** ********/**********, ***** said.

*** *****:********* ********* *** *********** application: * ** *** tracking ****** ** ** office ** ***** ****:

**** **** *******/******* *** a ****** **** ****** analytics **** **** *************** on * ******: **** for ***, *********-******* ************ for *****.

iOmniscient ****** "*** *******", ***** ******* **** ** *******

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*UPDATE (****** ****): iOmniscient's CEO, ****** *****, **** **** **** iOmniscient *** **** **** to *** *** ******** once, ** ****, *** this *** ** ****-***** "inventory **********" **** ********* to ****** *********** ***** also *** *** *********** of ***** ******** **** firms, ****** "** **** not **** **** *********** in [********] *****". ***** also **** **** ****, separately, *********** **** ****** recognition *** *** ** the **** **** ****** 6-7 ***** *** ** "perpetual ********" *** "** do ******* **** **** an **-***** *********** *******."

******* **********/***********:*** ****** *********** ************** ***** ** ******, Australia, **** * ****** in **** **** ****** “Wild *****”. *** ******* has ********** ****** “*****” ********* ** IPVM ******.

********:***** ** ******** ******* told **** **** ***********’* tech ******** ** “**********, crowded **********” *** **** it *** ******** ********* “35 ****** ******” ** one *****. ****, *** system *****’* **** * full **** ** **** - ** ** ** degree ****** ***** ***** for ******** ***********, ******* said.

*****:******* ******** *** *****’* claim **** ***********’* ******* is “*** *******,” ********** that **** *** ******* of “***** ***********” ********** that **** **** *** distance ******* ******’* **** to ********* ****, ******** required ********** ***** ** 90%; ******* **** *** firm’s ******** **** ****** about ** ****** ******* the **** ** **** an ******** **, *** even ** *** ** 12 ******. ******* **** prices ****** **** $*,*** for * ** **** license *** * “*** end” ******* ** $**,*** for “**** ***,” ******** this *** ******* ** considerable *********.

*** *****:******* ****** ************ *** a **** ******* ***** of *****, **** **:

  • *** ******* ****
  • *** ***** ******** ******* Police
  • *** ***** ******
  • *** ****** ***** ********

******* ******* *** ******* Army ** * ****** was * ***** ** the ********** *****, **** most ********** **** ***** to - **** ******* ones - **** ** distance ********** **** *** Chinese ********** **** ************* scrutiny ** ******* ***** surveillance ** *** ****. When *****, ******* *** not ******* ******* ******* on **** *********. (August **** ******: *********** **** ** **** **** ** *** *** ******** ****, ** ****, ** * **** ********* ** ****** ***********. *** ****** ***** *** **** *******).

*** **********?******* **** *********** ******** all *** *** ********** and *** "** *******" worldwide.

**** *****:*********** *** “**** *********” stated ** *** **** booth, ******* **** ** misleading ** ***** ** no ******** ********* ** certify **** **********. *** more, ******** ******** *** *** GDPR *********, ** ******** Can **.

****sonic: ***** ** **** ***, '** **** ***'

******* **********/***********:*********,*** **** ******** *********** firm, *** **** ** promote *** ******** *********. Senior ******* ******* ********* told **** **** ******** only **** ** ***** 1% ** *********'* ********, although ** *** **** a **% ****** ***** in ********* ******* ** Japan. ********* ** *********** itself ** * ***-*** enterprise ****** *********** ******** for *** ******* *** Japanese *******, ********* ****.

*******:*********’* ******** ****** *********** product ****** ***, * “**** ******** facial *********** ******” **** was******** ** **** ****’* ISC ****.

**** ** ****** *****,***** ** * ***** of *** **** ** ISC ****:

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*****:********* ****** **** * FacePro ****** *********** ****** with **** ******* *** requisite ******* ******** **** 5 ******* *** ** about $**,*** – ******** this *** * **** price ***** ***** ** considerably ******* *** * large *******.

********* **** *** ****** is *************-****** ******* *** servers *** ******* ** to ** *******, ** opposed ** **** *-* cameras ******. **** ** ****** to *********’* ***** ********* requirements, ********* ****: *** security ****** ****** ************* sends **** * *****, 10kb ******** ** *******’ face ** *******, ******** processing *****.

*** ****** **** **% of *** ***!

***********: * ****** ****** *** support * ******** ** up ** **,*** *****, although **** ** ** upgrade – ******** ******* can **** ***** **,*** faces, **** **** ****.

*** *****:********* **** *********’* ****** recognition *** **** ******** in **** ***** ******** in *****, ********* *****’* two **** ********, ******* hometown ***** *** ** the *****:

** **** ***, ** NEC ** **** ******* about ****

****: *************, *** *** not ******* ** *** West ******* ************ ***** a ********* *** *********** marketer ** ****** ***********.

********:********* *** ***** ** talk ** **** ***’* accuracy, *******:

**’** **** ***** ****** recognition *** **** **** 20 *****. *** ****** update ** ***** **** learning, *** **’** *** able ** ****** ****** even ** ****’** ******* sunglasses ** **** ********* obscured ***** **** *****… I’ve **** ******* ****** this ********, *** *’** never ***** ** **** kind ** *****.

**’** **** ** *** a **-****-*** ***** *** match **** ** * person.

** **** ******** ** over **%

*** *********** ** ***** [of] **** ** *** a *******

** **** ****** #* in **** ** **** [while ** ****’* ****** first, * *********-******** ********** of ********* **** *** score **** ********* ********** ** *** 2017 ****]

*** **********?********* ****** **** *********’* face *** ******** *** completely **-*****, *** *** training *** ********** ** conjunction **** *** ********** at *** ******** ********** of *********.

**** '*********' *****:********* **** **** **** FacePro ****** “** **** compliant”, *******, ** ********* for ***********, ***** ***** is ** ******** ********* to ******* **** ********** this ** **********.

SAFR: ** ***** ****** *********** *** ******* ********

******* **********/***********:****[********** '*****'] ** * US ****** *********** ****** control ******* **** * "*-** *****," **** **** ** product **** *****. (******: in * ******-** *****, Vance *** **** **** that **** ********* ***** is *******, ** **** also ****** * **************** ** *** ******* security ******** **** *********/******* integrations.) ** ** ***** by *******-*****************.

*******:**** ** ******** ****. Its **** ******** ****** schools *** ***** ************ to ********* ****** *********** access ******* ***** ** matchlists.

*** ****:****** ******/*******, **** **** not ***** ******** ***** on *** **** **** are *********: *** ***** use **** ** *********** teachers *** *******' ****** to ****** **********. *******, Vance **** **** *** looking **** ***** ****** recognition ** ****** **********, bus ***, *** ***** areas. ***** **** *** such *** ***** ** "opt-in", *.*. ******* *** don't **** ***** **** to ** ******** ********** can *** **** *** of *** ****** ** they ****. (*******, **** is *** *** **** for ******* ** *****, where**** ******** **** **************** **** ***** **** on ****.)

********/***********:****'* *************"**.**% ****** ********". ***** said *** ******* *** "2-4 ***** ****** **** same ********" ******** ** other **** *** ****** control *********.

*** ********:***** **** ****'* **** is **** *********** *******, **** ******* ******* in *******.

*** **********?"*** ********* ** ***********, there's ** ***** *****", Vance ****.

ToughDog ********: ***** **** ******* **** *** *********

******* **********/***********: ********** * *****-***** *********** of ****** ***** *** products. ** ** ****** a ******** *********** **** oriented ******* ********** / retail *********.

*******:*** ******* *** * facial *********** ******* ** its *****:

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*** ****:****-******** **** *** ******** is ****** **** *** VIP ******** *********** ** detecting "*********** ****** ******** a ******** ********." ****-******** said *** ********** ** "more ** ** ******** trend ****** **** ********* customers *** ****** ***". "It's *** ** **... we're ****** ******** ** move ***** *********," ** added.

*******?** ******* ********* **** facial *********** ********* ** the $*,*** *****.

*** **********?*** **** *** ******** is ***'* **** *****, Diaz-Gonzalez ******.

Virdi: ****** "*****'* ****" **** *** **** ** ********

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******* **********/***********:*****(*************** ********* **.) ** * ***** Korean ****** ******* ********** manufacturer, *** ** ****-****** oriented.

*******, ***** *** ***** claimed **** **** *** "world's ****". *** *******'* website ************* ****-* *** ** powered ** "*** *****'* highest-performance **** *********** *********."

***** ******* *** **** said **** ***** *** based ** ******* ********* devices "**********" ******* ******* "we ****** **** ***** brands". **** ******** **** proving **** *** *** available. ***** **** *** appear ** **** **** any **** ********, *** widely-accepted ************* ******** *** facial *********** ***********.

*******:***** ********* ******** *********, ********* ********* ** main *********, ***** **** more *********** ****** ******* products. **** **** *** company ** *** ******* of *** **** ** South *****, ***** ** is *** *** ****** control ****** *** *** government *** ********, ********* to ***.

*****:**** **** **** *** end *****, *** ********* are ****** $*** ** $800.

********:**** ****** *** ******* had "***** ** **%" accuracy. *********'* **************** ****-* *** ******** can ******* ***,*** ***** within * ******.

GDPR ‘*********’ ***** ******

**** ******** * ****** of ****** *********** ***** at *** **** ***** they **** “**** *********”. This ** * ********** claim, ******* ** ********** products *** ******** **** compliant. ***** ** ** official ********* ** ******* GDPR **********, ***** ********** states **** ****** *** sort ** ***** ***** certification *** ** ****** on ***** **************. *** more, ******** ******** *** *** GDPR *********, ** ******** Can **.

  • ***********: **** *** “**** compliant” ****** ** *** main *****
  • *********: ****** ******* ******* Sekiguchi **** **** *** FacePro ****** “** **** compliant”

** ******, *** *** majority ** *** **** attendees **** *** **, EU **** ********** ** not * ********* ******.

More ********

**** ***** **** ******** of ****** *********** *********. If ***** *** ******** companies, *** ***** **** to *** *******, ****** ask.

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*******, **** ****!

** ********* *** *** get ***** ****** *********** provider. *** **** *******, in ***** ** ********* at *** **** ***** not ******* *** *********. However, ** *** ******* up * **** ** Anyvision ********* *** **** covered **** ********** - ** ******* ********* ****** $28 ******* (*** $** Million) *** ** ***** *** ***** ******** ** *********

***** ****** *********** ********* that *** **** ** be *******, *** ** know.

* ***** **** ** see **** ***** **** First. *** ***** ******** in ** ****** ** particular **** **** *** their ******** ** ** said **** **** **** impressed ** **.

* ***** **** ** see ********* ******* ** well.  ******.

************* *** *** ********** behind ** *******/** ******** FR *********.

************* *** ******** * mobile **** ************ *******

**** ** **** **** in ***** **** ****.

**** **** *** * would ****** ** *** your **** ** ********, AnyVision *** **** **** Technologies.

* *** *** ** interview ********* *** ***** PR *** **** ***** early. ** ** **** a ***** ***** ******* of **** ** ******* **** ******.

  • Inaccurate ******** ******: many companies said their face rec software had "98%" or "99%" accuracy but were unclear about how they derived them or what that meant in real use. Given the vagueness, we would be skeptical.

**** ***** ****** **** metric **** ***** *********** on *** ******* ***** ** *** Wild *******.

*** ** ****** ** looking ** ***** ***** own *************, * ********* taking * **** **: *****://******.***/********/**************** . **************** *** **.**% accuracy ** *** ******* faces ** *** ****, and ** **** ****** within ******** ******** ** anything ***********. 

 

* *** **** ** least ******* ****** ;) 

**** **** ** ****, this **** ** ******* coverage *** **** ******* in *** ****** *********** arena. 

** **** **** * payment *** **** *** removed *** **** **** of **** *******.

***** *******! ***** **** tests ** ******* ** Face *****, *****, *** BlueLine. 

** ******* ****: 

******** **** ***** *** $1bn, ******** ****** *********** led ** ***** ******

****** **** ***** ******** to **; ***** ****** they ***'* *** ****** recognition ** ******.  **** more ********* ***** ******** in *** ******* ******.

******* *** * ****** recognition ****** ****** *********** 2 *** **** *** a *** **** **** which *** ********** ** isc ****. ********* ******* was *** ** **** test 

******, **** ** *** a ***** *******, *** I ***** **** **** pleased ** **** *** Suprema *** ******** ******** as ****. * ** sure ** **** **** reasons *** ****, ****** on **** ** ** Suprema ****

 

***, ******* (******** *** the ******* ***), ** you **** ** **** a ***** **** ** about ******* ********:

 

*- ***** *** *** main ************ *** **** Recognition:

   -Optical ********* (**** *****): these are based on algorithm/pixel performance only. It can be used as black listing (Stadium, Retail, Vandalism) but it is not enough for white listing (ie: access control)

-Infra *** ********* (Suprema and others): these are based on Light emission + IR sensors + Algorithm + processing power. Advantage of IR are: distance 15cm  to 1.5m (it filters background and all related issues), works in any light conditions (unlike CCTV that can take a face with sun from the side), makeup/painting on face, Face Face/Images detection (easier than Optical). These ones are safe enough to be used for white listing (=access control).

 

*- ******** ** ******* same ** ******* ************, with *****-*** ********* (**'* compatible).

**** *****: ******** ** 43% ******* (****) **** FaceStation2, *** *** ***** follow *** **** **% off *****. **** ****** the ***** ** **** recognition ****** ** *** price ** *********** ****** (= ******* *** : BLN2-OAB). *** ***** *** have *** **** ***********/***********/********. No ********* ** ****!

**********: **** ******** ** too *** ** ** encoded ** * **** (>8KB) *** ******* **** Models *** "*********" (******* learning: **** **** *** check **** **** ** a ******, ** ** updated). *** ******* ******** is **** **** ****** be ****** ** **** cards (***/*** / ****). Instead ** ** ****** in ******* ******** ** in ****** ****** (** preferrence). *** # ** face ****** *** ******* to *,*** (*:*, **************) and ** **,*** (*:*, Verification, **** **** *** need ** ***** * card ** ***** ** ID ****** **************). ******** to ************ (***), *** also **** *** ****** optical ****** (**** * like *** **** ********* or ******* ****), *** lose *** ***** ***** screen, *** **** ******* OS, *** **** *** Video ******** ***********. *** that's ** **** **** the **% *** ** price *****!

*******: **** ********* *** stored ** ******* ****** (encryption: *** ***) ** on ******* (*** ***), with ******** "****** ******" option => ** *** reader ** ******* **** wall, ** ******* ****** and ***** *** ****** (Users, **** ******, ****, Encryption ****, ..). **** Models *** ***** *********** from ******* ****** <=> Readers *** ***, ***** TLS *.* **********/***********.

 

*****://***.**********.***/**/********/*******-****-***********-********-********.***

 

***** ******* ** ** is ** ****** *** technical ***** (**=******* ********) then ** ** **** neutral/critical ** *** ***********. But **** **** ** further ******** ** (*** guys **** ** *****, @IPVM).

 

/****

**** ** ********* ** Axxon *** ******* **** made ***** *** **********.

****'* ** ******** ************* to ***** *** *********** which ****** **** **** use *** ******** ***.

*********** *** ***** ** Cognitec's **** *********** **********.

*** ******** *** ******** for ***** ****** ******.

*** *** *****. ** use ********, *** *** in ***** ****. ** have *** ****** ******* - ***** *********. **** product ** ** *********** platform ***, *** *******, we **** **** ********** engine *****. ******** *** not **** **** ** Intellect ** ***** *** the **** ******* *****.

*** ***** *** **** much *** ******* ****. I'll **** **** *********** to *** ********* **** to *** ****.

*************, **** ****, *****'* response ** ********* ** the *** ** ****** it - ******* ** directly, ******* **** ********, be ******.

**** ****, ** *** interested ** ********* ** analysis ** ******** ** the ****** **** *****, HERTA *** ***.

**** ****, ***** **** like ** *** ***** three *** ********* ** comparison.

**: ** ***** *** specific *********, *** ***** like ** *** *******, please ***....

**** ************?? * ******* **** & *** * **** at *** **** ***** amazed **. ****** ** the ****** ******** *** old ****** **** *** person *** ******* ***** be ********/******** **** *** faces ******** *** ****** in *** ***** ******* as ******** *******.

****** *** ********** *******.  We've ******* *** *** more ******* *** **** follow **.

* ***** **** ** see * **** **** of * *** ** these, ************ **** ** i **** **** * local ****** ******** *** are *****-***** ** ****** control ** *** ******.

******* *** ********, *********, NEC, ****** *** ****** were **** *** **** this *******.

**'** ******* **** ** other *****, *.*., ****** "**-*******" ***** ********* Startup *******

** **** ** ***** more ******** ** ****** recognition ********* ****** *** board.

*********'* ** *** **** Vegas *****, ** ** were ****** ** ******* an **-****** *********. *** NEC *** *** ******* at *** **** ** all. ** *** ******** and ******, *'** ********** keep ** *** *** for **** **** ****.

***********

"******** ** “**********, ******* conditions” *** **** ** can ******** ********* “** moving ******” ** *** frame. ****, *** ****** doesn’t **** * **** face ** **** - up ** ** ****** angles ***** ***** *** accurate ***********, ******* ****."

**** ********** *** ** limitations ** **** ***** on *** ***** *****:

*.  ***** **** ** "enrolled" ***** ******video *************** **** ** ***** surveillance ****** **** ** used ** *** *********** deployment ** ******* *** results ****** *****.  ***** this ** ****** ** a ********* ***** *** may ** ******* ** exclude ******* **** **** property, ** ***** *** to ******* ****** **** to **** ********, ** is *** ****** **** you *** ****** ** match ***** **** * "watch ****" **** **** a ****** ***** "**" facial ***** (******* ** law ***********).  ** **** deployments **** ** *** real *** ****. ** you *** ******** **** a ****** ***** ***** the ***** ******* **** drops ** **% ** less.  *** ******* **** argue **** **** ** a **** ****** ******* rate **** * ***** operator *********** *** ******** many ******* *** *-** hour ******.  ***, ***** this ** ****, *** marketing ********* *** ************ made ** ***** *** sales *************** **** **** important ****** ********* ** an *** **** **** can ***** ******* *** success **** ** *** use **** **** ********.

*.  **** ******* **** not ********** ****** ******. Plan *** ******. ** achieve *** ******* ****/"** degree ******" *** ******* must **** ******** ****** the ****** *** ****** 10 **** *****.  ** order ** **** **** requirement, ******* **** ** placed ** * **** (extremely ****) ******** **** the ***** ***** ** ideal ****** ******* ** iO.  **** ******* ** risk ** ************ ***** to *** ******* ******** the ******** ****** ** steps ** "****" ***** in ***** ** *** camera, *** ** *** distance *** ****** ************ of *** *******. **** when *** **** ********** is ******** **** ****** placement *** ******* "**** time", *** ********* ** achieving ***** ******* ******* full **** / ** degree ****** *** ***** not ********** ** **** deployments.  *** **** ********** in ***** **** ********* may **** **** ** a ******* *********** ** which *** ****** ** placed ****** *** ******* and ******* *** ***** (still *******) **** * very **** ******* *****, but ** *** *** test **** ******.

*.  ********** ******* **********. See #* *****.  *******, maybe.  **********, **.  ********** must ** *****, **** perfect, *** *******.  ******** defined ** ********** ** chaotic *** *** ******* in *** *******.

*** ********, ** ******* a *** ** ***** in ***** *** ******** cannot ** ****** **** a ******** **** ******* environmental ****** **** ******* a ******* ** ***** cameras *** ******* **** cameras ** ****** **** any **** ** **** is ****** *** ********** parameters.  *** ******** #* above?  *** ******* **** be ******** **** ***** from **** ** *** three ** **** ******* in ***** ** **** success ***** ********* ** the *******.  ********** *** matching **** * ***** image **** ** *** with **** ***** ******* rates, ** ***** ******* rates *** ******** ** all.

*******:  ***** *** ******* pricing ** **** ********* (but ***** ** *** thousands), ****** ********* *** extremely *********. ******* ******** pricing **** $**,*** *** 4,999 ***** (**** **** not ******* *** ********* or ********).  ** ** your *** **** ** a ******* ****** *** you **** ** ***** to ** "*******" ****** entering ******* ******* ***** hours *** **** ******** consists ** ******** *** staff *** **** ****** exceed *** ******** ******** (think ***** ******* ** black *******).  

************: **** ****** *** manage ******* * ****** cameras. *******, **** **** operating ****** **** ***** we *** *********** ***** tearing.  ** ********* *** recommended **** ** "****** frame **** *** **********".  We ***, ******* ***** frame **** ******* ** a ****** **** *** subject **** ** ****** the ***** ******* **** (or * ****** "**** time". 

**** ****** ** *********** its *** ****** **** looking ** **** **** the ****** *** *** reporting *********** ** ** end ****. **** ******* a ****** **** *** iQ ******, ******* *** only ** *** **** the ****** **** ** actively ********. **** *** combine **** **** *** fact **** **** * facial ******* *** ** supported ** * ****** server, ******* ****** ******* across ** *** ** 12 ******* ******** ********* to *** ***** ********* reports ***** **** **** to ** ******** ** excel *** ******** ** create * ****** ******. Many ******** ** *** software *** ***** **** as *** ******** ***** on ******* **********, ******** client ***, **** ***** issued **** ********* ****** recognition *******, ***. **** are **** ******** *** are ********** ***** ** be ********* ** *** next ******** *******.  * more ********* ***** ** address ******* ** *** outdated *** **** *** feel.  * ******* ** needed.

 

#**, ****** *** ** much, **** ***********! *'** interacted **** **** *** years *** ***** **** to ** ***** ********** in ********* *** **** forthcoming **** ********* *******.

***** *******, **** ****** for ****.  ** *** questioning *** **** **** with * *** ****** pattern *********, **** ******* to ** ********** *** councils.  ** ***** **** your ********** "GDPR ‘*********’ ***** ******" and feel this is a bit of a sweeping statement.  GDPR covers the collection of data - Camera - the process of data - facial pattern, the storage of data etc.etc - Legitimate use of AFPR is not just covered by GDPR but by lots of other regs such as, DPA 2018, PERC2019, ECHR, Human Rights Act 1998, civil liberty etc.  We post a fail bit on LinkedIn and have also written a 20 page document around data protection and Facial pattern - just in the process of adding to that document.   

******* *********** ****** ****** the ***, * ******* ;)

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**** ******** ***** *** 8 *******, *** ** other brands ** *** ******.

** * ***** **** makes ** "** ****** *********** Providers ********"?

*******, *** *** *******! After ** *********, ** realized ** *** *** more **** ** ******* :) 

****** **** ********. * Hungarian **-***** ********** *******.

**** ** **** ******* was ********** ** ************ also *********** ***** *** new *****,
...****, * ***** ** at ********.....:)

********** ** **** *** StoneLock *** *** ********?

*******, ********* *** *** listed ** ** ********* at *** ****.

**** **** **** *** of ******* ******* *** show ***** *** ******** booths. **** *****, ** certainly *** *** ***** every ****** *********** ******* even ** *** **** due ** ****** ** time.

**

* **** **** ****** was **** ** *****, displaying ***** *** ****** of ****** *********** *******. It ***** ** *********** to ***** *** **** compare ** ******..

 

* ****'* ********* ******, unfortunately - **** **** out *** **** ** the **** **********.

***** *************** **** ***** ** work **

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