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 November 21, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Joe Cadillic writes:

Fire a gun and your location can be pinpointed, your face photographed and your identity instantly determined — all thanks to a new technology tag team.

When Safety Dynamics’ acoustic sensors detect a gunshot, they zero in on the shooter’s location and point a high-resolution camera at his or her face. Airborne Biometrics Group’s FaceFirst software then runs the shooter’s image against a biometric database to determine identity, even creating a new record if it can’t find one.

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  One Response to “FaceFirst’s biometric software can use a database of photos to identfy you in public”

  1. This would just boost the sale of gun silencers.

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