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Facial Recognition is Most Commonly Used in Public Transport and Infrastructure for ID Authentication Purpose: MIC
January 12, 2018


For applications in the transport industry, facial recognition has been widely adopted in immigration inspection systems around the world, according to Taipei-based and government-backed IT research institute MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute). "The transport industry consists of several sectors including air/sea/land freight, logistics, warehouse services, manufacturing of transport equipment and related electronic components, and transport management systems," says Chung-yu Yang, industry analyst at MIC.

Application of Facial Recognition Technology

Source: MIC, January 2018

"Meanwhile, amid the growing terrorist threats, governments worldwide also have utilized the state-of-art technology to improve anti-terrorism capabilities. Besides establishing a ubiquitous system with surveillance cameras, governments around the world have imposed stricter immigration controls."

To see more about this report, please visit: Development and Opportunity of Facial Recognition Technology in Transport Industry

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