ISS claims their SecurOS FaceX facial recognition provides "extraordinary recognition accuracy", but how does it work in the real world?
We tested ISS SecurOS Face examining:
- How does it perform in real-world surveillance scenarios?
- Does it falsely identify a person as a different person?
- Does it miss faces walking through the scene?
- Can it still recognize the faces of people wearing sunglasses, hats, and masks?
- How accurate are demographic analytics like age, gender, hair color, and others?
- How does it perform at night in low light (~2 lux) or dark/IR (~0.02 lux)?
- Does it detect anything other than human faces?
- Can liveness detection be spoofed with paper printouts and mobile phones?
This is our third test report on ISS' SecurOS analytics. Readers should also see: ISS SecurOS Person, Vehicle, And Animal Tracking Analytics Tested and ISS SecurOS Auto LPR And Car Make/Model Recognition Tested