Radiant Solutions-Led Team Launches Facial, Fingerprint ID System; Tony Frazier Comments

Tony Frazier

Maxar TechnologiesRadiant Solutions business has teamed up with Secure Planet and Rank One Computing to launch a multimodal platform designed to provide facial recognition, fingerprint and palm print identification capabilities.

The AFIX Tracker FR system uses ROC-developed algorithms for facial recognition and features software, hardware, onsite training and related support in facial detection techniques and system operation, Secure Planet said Friday.

Tony Frazier, president of Radiant Solutions and a three-time Wash100 recipient, said the company is pleased to introduce AFIX Tracker FR as a multimodal biometric investigations platform developed through the integration of ROC’s facial recognition technology and partnership with Secure Planet.

The companies will demonstrate AFIX Tracker FR at the seven-day Annual International Association for Identification Forensic Educational Conference that kicked off on July 29, Sunday, in San Antonio.

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