NtechLab sees India as one of the priority markets for video surveillance and facial recognition technology.
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The deployment of NtechLab’s multi-object video analytics technology in the Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port is intended to provide a unified system to monitor labor and transport safety, based on a shared biometric database.
The systems seek to achieve a range of objectives: better identification of criminals, law enforcement use at railway stations, passenger check-ins at airports, biometric attendance at companies, and even student authentication mechanisms.
Analytics will help in crime detection, track missing persons and estimate passenger traffic at any time
The system, developed by NtechLab, has been installed at 30 railway stations across the western Indian states of Gujarat and Maharashtra, and including the city of Mumbai. This is the busiest section of the railway network. Cameras will ensure simultaneous recognition of up to 50 people in a single frame.
With the opening of an Abu Dhabi-based representative office and the introduction of its new product FindFace Multi, NtechLab has announced its expansion into the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
NtechLab has released FindFace Multi, a detection technology that uses an advanced algorithm to recognize not only faces, but also bodies of people and cars. This update to its flagship product is a step change for security experts in their fight against crime and also an invaluable tool for commercial planners. Another distinctive feature is its ability to support many video streams and facial database entries, ensuring the system offers unrivalled scalability.
NtechLab, one of the global leaders in video analytics, today announced its entry into India launching a new tool, FindFace Multi. It detects faces and silhouettes of people, and cars, in real time video streams. The tool accurately counts people, checks faces against monitoring lists and notifies the user when matches are detected.