Panasonic Business has unveiled a new deep learning facial recognition technology.Jointly developed with the National University of Singapore, Face Server's deep learning core engine is the industry's most accurate yet, tests by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have found.Face Server can identify faces at an angle of up to 45 degrees to the left or right or 30 degrees up or down, as well as those partially hidden by sunglasses and face masks.The platform has already been rolled out at Tokyo's Haneda airport, replacing a fingerprint recognition system at the passport entry gates after three years of verification testing.Panasonic also unveiled a ground-breaking quad 4K multi-sensor camera and its Video Insight 7 video management system at IFSEC 2018.It identifies faces at an angle of up to 45 degrees to the left or right or 30 degrees up or down, and those partially hidden by sunglasses and face masks.Real-time processing capacity of up to 20 cameras per server and can execute high-speed searches of up to 30,000registered reference faces.Combined with Panasonic's iPro Extreme camera range, Face Server uses 'iA (intelligent Auto) mode' and 'best shot feature' to automatically adjust settings to capture optimal imagesiA function means image analysis is performed on the camera and only the best images are sent to the server – reducing server and network load and total system costPanasonic Business says”Face Server changes the game in terms of detection accuracy,” said Gerard Figols, Category Manager at Panasonic Security. “Not only does it maintain 90%+ accuracy for faces that are partially covered by sunglasses or face masks, it also recognises faces from photographs that are up to 10 years old.”