IREXInternational Research & Exchanges Board
IREXInternational Robot Exhibition (trade show; Japan)
IREXInternet Real Estate Express (Canada)
IREXInformation Retrieval and Extraction Exercise (computer programming contest)
IREXInstrument Rating Exam (aviation; Australia)
IREXInland Real Estate Exchange Corporation
IREXIndiana Real Estate Exchangors (Indianapolis, IN)
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NIST IREX IX: It is the 2nd most accurate iris recognition algorithm (both in verification and identification scenarios) with an ability to accelerate iris matching up to 50 times faster than the closest competitor without significant degradation in recognition accuracy.
iRex's innovative M3 SaaS cloud solution offers delivery of large scale POS, dynamic shelf edge tickets, electronic shelf edge labels and real-time automated signage content from a single data feed.
27 ( ANI ): Japan's NEC Corporation on Friday announced that its iris recognition technology achieved the highest matching accuracy evaluation in the recent Iris Exchange (IREX,) IX evaluations of automated iris recognition algorithms performed by the U.S.
two arms for earlier models, at the International Robotics Exhibition (iREX) 2017 in Tokyo Nov.
[ClickPress, Fri Jan 12 2018] The fourth edition of International Real Estate Expo (IREX) will be held from 17th to 18th November 2018 at the Ashok Hotel, New Delhi.
A television ad produced by IREX's "Learn to Discern" project
2015, experts from IREX -- backed by funding from the Canadian government and the support of local Ukrainian organizations -- launched a media literacy-training course called Learn to Discern (L2D).
The first output from this cooperation will be a collaborative dual arm robot demonstration in Booth IR3-56, IR5-22 and SR-82 at IREX, to be held in Tokyo, Japan, from 29 November 2017 to 2 December 2017.
In Ukraine, Irex, a non-governmental organisation, trained 15,000 people in critical thinking, source evaluation and emotional manipulation.
In 2008, he became President of IREX, an international development NGO based in Washington, spearheading its expansion to reach more than 125 countries worldwide, touching the lives of more than 1 million people.
Having identified public libraries as information hubs and trusted institutions for building partnerships that will drive sustainable capacity building to fill this gap, the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) came into Nigeria.