CyberLink has partnered with ASUS to pre-install its FaceMe Security solution on the ASUS Mini PC PN63-S1 and ExpertCenter PN64 series Mini PCs for businesses. These users will have access to the facial recognition engine on their ASUS Mini PCs, and have the option of using facial recognition access control systems ideal for everyday home and small business use.
In the past, facial recognition security controls were mostly designed for larger businesses or enterprises, relying on GPU computing and dedicated servers, with considerable space and power requirements. With the integration of FaceMe Security, the everyday home computer user and small business owner has access to the same level of security, but without the heavy equipment.
ASUS Mini PCs combine a lightweight, powerful computing performance with a low power consumption. These compact PCs can be hooked up to a monitor or desktop without taking up much space, making them suitable for deploying security control equipment in confined spaces on any screen size.
ASUS Mini PC PN63-S1 and ExpertCenter PN64 series Mini PCs also use the latest Intel Core processors, leveraging the excellent display performance of Intel Iris Xe iGPUs to accelerate facial recognition processing. Through its multiple-I/O connections, an ASUS Mini PC can monitor 3-4 cameras at the same time, and monitor through traffic of up to 1,530 people per hour.
CyberLink’s FaceMe Security leverages accurate face recognition engine, which can quickly and accurately verify an individual’s identity to implement security control and access control management.
“We have seen a widespread demand for facial recognition driven access control in both office and residential environments,” said Dr. Jau Huang, Chairman and CEO of CyberLink.
“The cooperation between CyberLink and ASUS satisfies users’ desire for accurate facial recognition-based security. Moreover, the combination of the processing power and compactness of ASUS Mini PCs means our collaborative solution is easy to deploy in a wide range of environments. Thanks to this partnership with ASUS and others, we see CyberLink’s facial recognition technology continuing to expand and innovate in the smart security market.”, Huang continued.