We are thrilled to announce that Andrei Telenkov, CEO of NtechLab, has been awarded a certificate of excellence by The Silicon Review as one of the «30 Most Inspiring Leaders to Watch in 2021.» Our entire team celebrates this award as a recognition of NtechLab’s contribution to the video analytics industry.
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We are delighted to share some great news with you. NtechLab is among Europe’s Top 10 Biometric Solutions providers!
In November Atlanty business club and Smart Ranking have published their second “Atlanty1000: Russia’s Fastest Growing Companies” ranking which lists Russian small and medium-sized businesses, including startups with the highest revenue growth between 2017 and 2020.
We presented our visitors with an exciting program with NtechLab CEO Andrey Telenkov opening the conference. He spoke about the considerable achievements of NtechLab and future plans. Artem Kukharenko focused his keynote speech on the recognition technology and presented the updated version of FindFace Multi platform exclusively for conference visitors.
Dear colleagues, today we present FindFace Multi 1.1, the new version of our video analytics platform. Meet our flagship product update! We are constantly improving FindFace Multi and releasing updates on a regular basis. Version 1.1 contains 501 tasks, which is slightly less than the previous version 1.0.
The Minister of State in the Ministry of Railways, Smt Darshana Jardosh, inaugurated a СCTV surveillance system that uses the NtechLab facial recognition algorithm, promising the «state-of-the-art surveillance system will enhance the security and safety of passengers on Surat Station premises».
We have been presented with the first G20 Innovation League award at a special event hosted by the G20 Italian Presidency.
In September NtechLab was proud to present FindFace Mutli, our Video Analytics and Biometric solution at #DSEI2021, the major international even for Defense and Security suppliers in the UK. We have discussed how the best of breed facial recognition solution from NtechLab could help the British transport police to track the vehicle plates of offenders.