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Webinar: How Police Are Using Facial Recognition to Catch Bad Guys

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This is the presentation deck for Animetrics' webinar - How Police Are Using Facial Recognition to Catch Bad Guys on Jan. 30, 2014. …

This is the presentation deck for Animetrics' webinar - How Police Are Using Facial Recognition to Catch Bad Guys on Jan. 30, 2014.

The webinar covers:
- Investigative facial biometrics comparison, analysis and image tools for detectives and forensic analysts.
- Complete face recognition database solutions for police departments, law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities.

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  • exploring investigative face recognition technology and the growing number of face biometric applications and solutions now available for law enforcement
  • It does not take much for most 2D FR systems to fail or return low scores. way back in 2004 a standard guideline for acquiring a facial image was created..The Controlled Face Standard is ISO/IEC 19794-5 & ANSI INCITS 385-2004 For Visualization For Accuracy in Computerized Face Recognition Systems (“Lights out”) Important for Enrollment , i.e. at Booking
  • FR systems unable to consistently verify/match to standards for “blind admission” in courtroom Effective with “controlled facial imagery” but not with uncontrolled facial image Law enforcement (LE) and Intelligence community (IC) rarely deal with controlled data
  • A set of requirements becomes clear
  • Capture - Search/Match - Analyze / Edit - Resolve ID
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    • 1. Webinar: How Police Are Using Facial Recognition to Catch Bad Guys
    • 2. Introduction Webinar: How Police Are Using Facial Recognition to Catch Bad Guys Topics covered… • Facial recognition database solutions for police departments, law enforcement agencies and corrections facilities • Facial Capture Opportunities from Mobile, Video, Internet • The problem of uncontrolled facial imagery (e.g. Facebook) for FR database search • Investigative facial biometrics comparison, analysis and image tools for investigators and forensics analysts Hosts Paul Schuepp, Animetrics President and CEO Sean Doucette, Animetrics Facial Forensic Analyst
    • 3. Investigative Face Biometrics in the Field “Chula Vista Police Department in San Diego is piloting the Tactical Identification System (TIS), which allows officers in the field to snap a picture of an arrestee and then compare that image to those in San Diego County's mugshot database, returning personal information and criminal history”
    • 4. Face Recognition for Law Enforcement Identifying subjects, fugitives, missing persons and person’s of interest by using FR systems – Law enforcement (LE) and Gov’t sources ..DMVs, DHS, Intelligence Community(IC) – FBI NGI – Open sources such as Facebook, Google, etc. – Images from video / camera evidence
    • 5. How Face Recognition is Used Collect - Capture Search “Match” Enrolled Gallery Database Analyze - Edit Report
    • 6. Rapid Growth of Video & Photo Facial Imagery Evidence Available Capturing face biometric data is not the problem. Making it ACTIONABLE evidence for fast and accurate identity resolution is the problem. Facial Images shown are UNCONTROLLED biometrics
    • 7. Other Biometric Capture Sensors Are Very Controlling
    • 8. To Control the Uncontrolled Face Use Standards ISO/IEC 19794-5 for Enrollments
    • 9. Uncontrolled Facial Imagery Fails! Over 45% of faces seen by witnesses and victims are NOT FRONTAL FACIAL VIEWS… …”Lights Out” face reco solutions struggle to resolve identity NIST
    • 10. The solution: Investigative face biometric technology to interpret uncontrolled facial images and make them actionable for fast and more accurate identity resolution
    • 11. Investigative Face Requirements Capability to make uncontrolled face data admissible for FR systems • Off pose and low resolution face images can be corrected High performance “Lights Out” backend FR system for high capacity enrolled facial databases Capability to rapidly capture facial imagery remote, mobile, and video Robust analysis and visualization tools Manual and visual face identification (FI) matching and comparison
    • 12. IFIS™ Investigative Face Identity Solutions Video Extraction Resolve ID Forensic Analysis, visualization, reporting ID Ready 3D Pose Correction iPhone/Android APP FaceR MobileID ResolveRec Facial ID Collection, Search, Rank, Resolve FaceR Identity Management Facial Solution Face Database Search Expertise Examiner Imagery Capture/ Input Build 3D facial evidence ForensicaGPS 3D Forensic Analysis Compare
    • 13. LIVE DEMONSTRATION by Sean Doucette Products: ForensicaGPS FIMS MobileID ViNyL
    • 14. Expertise Examiner Records all Analysis Details Analyzing facial details which are visible in both comparison images
    • 15. Case Study: PA JNET 3D Pose Corrected CROP ? No Results ForensicaGPS MATCH FOUND Out of 3.5M
    • 16. ID.Ready.animetrics Web Service
    • 17. Accurate 3D Pose Corrected & Symmetric Texture
    • 18. Investigative Tools That Work
    • 19. 2D-to-3D Technology Disruptive Technology…. • Uses existing and all digital cameras • Improves accuracy – Compensates for NON FRONTAL facial imagery – Adjusts facial lighting…bright light or low light – Utilizes the face geometry both 2D and 3D
    • 20. • Since 2003 • Pioneers in Facial Biometrics • Patented 2D to 3D Facial Technology
    • 21. Thank you Thank you! Call Call us.. us… 603-447-5600 (603) 447 5600 Headquarters 53 Technology Lane Conway, New Hampshire 03818 Phone - (603) 447-5600 Email: sales@animetrics.com www.animetrics.com

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