ComCam Introduces New Low Bandwidth Facial Recognition Technology

April 5, 2006
Technology minimizes data requirements; designed to work with low bandwidth video

WEST CHESTER, Pa. - ComCam International, a subsidiary of ComCam, Inc. (BULLETIN BOARD: CMCA) , announced the release of a facial recognition breakthrough that provides high accuracy with minimal data requirements.

The IVA (Intelligent Video Analysis) system developed by Alparysoft and ComCam was designed to operate with low bandwidth video. The efficient scalable architecture allows a single recognition server to manage large numbers of cameras over standard networks. IVA is the first result of a collaborative effort and license agreement between ComCam, Inc. and Alparysoft Research and Development of Tomsk, Russia.

According to ComCam CEO Don Gilbreath, "This is amazing technology, a high-performance scalable feature extraction module with an unmatched price performance point. It's a great way to add facial recognition to new and existing access control systems. We welcome Alparysoft to our family of technology partners for intelligent distributed video solutions and look forward to developing new products together."

ComCam will be demonstrating IVA at a series of US domestic shows in April, including ISC West Las Vegas, the 78th Annual AAAE Conference and Exposition in San Diego, and the GovSec Conference and Exposition in Washington, DC. A demo applet is available from the ComCam web site (