Ideal Innovations Expands Offerings With Three New Facial Examination Courses; Bob Kocher Quoted

Jeff Brody
Bob Kocher

Ideal Innovations Inc. has introduced three new courses designed for professionals in the facial examination field.

“I-3 recognizes the importance of the emergence of facial recognition as a viable biometric with a host of applications, as well as the potentially far-reaching implications of its use,” I-3 CEO Bob Kocher said in a statement.

The three course offerings from I-3 are the Police Chiefs and Administrators Course, Facial Examination Introductory Course and the Facial Examination Refresher Course.

The Police Chiefs and Administrators Course is a one-day class intended for executives, communications professionals and policymakers and covers facial recognition technologies, policy, best practices and strategic communication.

The two-day Facial Examination Introductory Course deals with the face’s morphological features, science and anatomy and other fundamental elements of facial examination.

The Facial Examination Refresher Course is a two-day refresher class to I-3’s five-day technical Facial Examination Training Course, which was launched in 2015. It includes a review of the face’s morphological features and stability, evaluation of comparison methodologies and offers updates on current guidelines and standards.

Established in 1998, Arlington, Va.-based I-3 is a service disabled veteran-owned company providing forensic and biometric examination services, science and technology support and information technology services for defense and federal agencies and commercial entities.

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