FaceInt™ is database that has been maintained by Terrogence over a nine year period to catalogue the face-prints extracted from over 35,000 videos and photos retrieved online – portraying such activities as terrorist training camps, motivational videos and actual terror attacks. The face records housed within the database include contextual intelligence on the image's online origin and the content of the source, including an in-depth summary of content, the region/organization of origin and the participant's description. Each individual face in the visual-media item is then isolated and processed for the production of a generic biometric high resolution image file to be exported to general biometric systems.
Once exported to a biometric system, either already existing or provided by Terrogence, the Face-Int™ database allows for face captured images to be cross-referenced with existing profiles, so that suspects can be identified and apprehended within minutes of on-camera detection. This identification ability is highly applicable to border screenings, strategic facilities and bases with surveillance cameras, and for post event analysis for law enforcement and intelligence agencies. As governments are also faced with increasing threats from narcotics and drug trafficking, organized crime, fraud and economic crime and violent crime, Terrogence also collects and indexes facial images of individuals affiliates with such activities.
The FaceInt™ database is constantly updated and annotated to include additional information about the identified individuals, as well as addition of new faces.