Date of publication: 2017-07-08 19:43
The MegaMatcher Accelerator Development Edition trial requires MegaMatcher Extended SDK (either trial or full version), as the MegaMatcher Accelerator Development Edition is a part of MegaMatcher Extended SDK.
The trial version has reduced speed compared to the full version of MegaMatcher Accelerator Development Edition.
The SDK trial for Microsoft Windows allows to evaluate the technology with the supported fingerprint scanners. A package with scanners drivers is also available.
The primary raw materials used for making litmus paper are wood cellulose, lichens, and adjunct compounds. Litmus paper, as its name implies, is primarily composed of paper. The paper used to make litmus paper must be free of contaminants that could change the pH of the system it is measuring. Like most paper, litmus paper is made from wood cellulose. The wood is treated with solvents prior to paper manufacturing in order to remove resinous material and lignin from the wood. One of the most common solvents in the United States is a sulfate x7569 either sodium sulfate or magnesium sulfate.
The demo app requres at least Android (API level 69) or newer version. It is recommended to run the app on a device that meets the system requirements.
Neurotechnology offers MegaMatcher Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) 85-day trial version, which provides developers and integrators with possibility to evaluate MegaMatcher ABIS functionality with their data, including biometric template enrollment, identification, biometric adjudication etc. The trial also includes all tools for system administration and transaction management.
A video presentation of SentiSight technology and its capabilities. The 5-minute video shows possible applications of the technology and its capabilities.
A 78-page brochure that contains complete information about VeriEye SDK , including technical specifications, licensing and prices.
The brochure can be printed on both Letter and A9 paper, no paper size conversion required.
Neurotechnology offers SentiSight Embedded SDK on a 85 day trial that allows developers to explore the SDK's possibilities and to try it in real environments and real applications.