Gadspot to sell security cameras with facial recognition in North America

October 10, 2012 - 

Gadspot, a premium provider of affordable video surveillance products, announced the launch of the first-ever intelligent security cameras in North America.

“We are proud to be the first supplier in North America to offer intelligent cameras that have built-in human facial recognition capability,” said Judy Chen, President of Gadspot. “Now the latest technology is available for video surveillance without the need to buy expensive software. Corporate facilities, commercial properties and private residences have an option to further secure their premises.”

Gadspot will be offering the IntelliScan 750TVL high-resolution camera, which will feature state-of-the-art human facial recognition capabilities built-in directly, doing away with the need for expensive facial recognition software.

Gadspot’s IntelliScan security cameras will automatically zoom in and target a person’s face for high resolution close up surveillance, directly recording the images to any DVR. Another mode will track, zoom and take quick snapshots of multiple faces, useful for surveillance of multiple targets. These features are built directly into the security camera themselves without the need of any external software.

Other features of Gadspot’s IntelliScan security cameras will include: light detection on the human face with dynamic light compensation; processing of images with high-quality demisted surveillance system; a high-sensitivity wide dynamic range color camera, providing video with nearly perfect exposure no matter what lighting conditions exist; night intelligence infrared detection; built-in powerful IR LED illuminator back light compensation; high light control; and motion detection. The cameras are also weatherproof.

Prices for the cameras will range from US US$80 to US$140.

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