CyberLink has announced that it will be bringing its FaceMe facial recognition platform to IoT Asia 2019 later this month. The company will be showcasing its wares in the Taiwan Showroom presented by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) when the conference kicks off in Singapore on March 27th.
The FaceMe engine is a cross-platform solution that is compatible with most major operating systems. The SDK is designed to make it easy to add facial recognition capabilities to existing products and services, such as the Syscom customer service robot that incorporates CyberLink technology.
“By integrating AI into existing systems, hardware and software providers can offer comprehensive solutions and smart services,” said CyberLink CEO Jau Huang. “We look forward to meeting with other industry pioneers to develop partnerships that bring facial recognition into a wide range of applications.”
CyberLink will be displaying a number of its existing partner solutions at IoT Asia. The full roster includes the aiSage edge computing device from Acer and the 3D depth sensing chip from Altek, and can be found throughout the conference at Booth #C22 in the TAITRA Taiwan Showroom.