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NEC Australia to offer real-time video facial recognition

posted onDecember 13, 2017
by l33tdawg

NEC Australia and vision analytics firm CrowdOptic have announced a live video streaming security system that enables real-time facial recognition of footage captured from fixed cameras and mobile camera sensors in body cams, smartphones, and drones.

CrowdOptic's technology uses triangulation to detect when two or more cameras are aimed at the same person, which, according to NEC, offers new capabilities in mobility to NEC's NeoFace solution.

NEC expects mobility to play an important role in smart city technology, and said using internet-connected mobile cameras integrated with NEC's biometrics is the "future of public safety".

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