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».
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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.
From August 30 to September 2, in Brasilia, the 4th Security Symposium was held. It is an event for the top-level executives of various Brazilian law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, and other organizations responsible for ensuring national security.
According to new report available with Million Insights, the global facial recognition industry research report offers thorough insights on technology, application, end-use and impact of COVID-19. This enables numerous opportunities for the market players to invest in research and development.
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.