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Neurotechnology, Lithuania


Neurotechnology is a provider of high-precision biometric fingerprint, face, iris, voice print and palm print identification algorithms, object recognition technology and software development products. More than 2,500 system integrators, security companies and hardware providers integrate Neurotechnology’s algorithms into their products. With millions of customer installations worldwide, Neurotechnology’s products are used for both civil and forensic applications, including border crossings, criminal investigations, systems for voter registration, verification and duplication checking, passport issuance and other national-scale projects. Drawing from years of academic research in the fields of neuroinformatics, image processing and pattern recognition, Neurotechnology was founded in 1990 in Vilnius, Lithuania and released its first fingerprint identification system in 1991. Since that time the company has released more than 80 products and version upgrades for identification and verification of objects and personal identity. Neurotechnology’s identification algorithms have consistently earned the highest honours in some of the industry’s most rigorous competitions, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)’s Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation (FpVTE) and the Fingerprint Verification Competitions (FVC).

Neurotechnology also performs research and development in artificial intelligence and mobile autonomous robotics fields. A computer based vision and object recognition technology and SDK for various applications are available.

Technology Awards

• IREX Evaluation. In 2013 Neurotechnology’s iris recognition algorithm has been judged by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as one of the fasted and most reliably accurate iris recognition algorithms among those tested. The fourth stage of the NIST Iris Exchange (IREX) evaluated 66 algorithms and versions from 12 companies. The Neurotechnology iris matching algorithm has shown that its accuracy is in the top 4. Also, the Neurotechnology algorithm was the second fastest and provided almost 6 times higher recognition accuracy that the only faster contender. Neurotechnology also showed similar results in the earlier IREX evaluations in 2009 and 2012.

• WSQ 3.1 Certification. In 2011 FBI certified Neurotechnology’s implementation of WSQ image format support.

• MINEX Compliance. In 2007 MegaMatcher SDK fingerprint technology was recognized by the NIST as fully MINEX compliant. This MINEX compliance recognition allows to use MegaMatcher in Personal Identity Verification program (PIV) applications. MegaMatcher fingerprint technology is also used in VeriFinger SDK.

• FVC2006 – Fingerprint Verification Competition. Neurotechnology achieved the highest ranking when using the most realistic benchmark for real-world biometric applications, “Average Zero FMR.” Neurotechnology also won four gold medals, two silver and two bronze medals in the FVC2006 Open Category, and took second place in the FVC2006 Light Category, according Average Zero FMR benchmark winning one gold and four bronze medals in this category. The competition was organized by Biometric Systems Lab (University of Bologna), Pattern Recognition and Image Processing Laboratory (Michigan State University) and the Biometric Test Center (San Jose State University). Neurotechnology also showed one of the best reliability results in previous competitions: FVC2000, FVC2002 and FVC2004.

• FpVTE 2003 – The Fingerprint Vendor Technology Evaluation. Neurotechnology’s algorithm achieved one of the best reliability results in the Middle Scale Test among FpVTE 2003 participants. The evaluation was conducted by NIST on behalf of the Justice Management Division (JMD) of the US Department of Justice. Results shown from the NIST FpVTE 2003 do not constitute endorsement of any particular system by the government.


Laisves av. 125A
Vilnius, LT-06118, Lithuania
Phone: +370 5277 3315
Fax: +370 5277 3316
Email: info@neurotechnology.com
Website: www.neurotechnology.com

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  1. tom northshield says:

    How much would face and fingerprint biometric licenses cost me to purchase as a NATO customer to enroll less than 5,000 sources? How much would O&M or annual maintenance cost, if there is a cost for this?

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