WavestoreUSA, Herta to demo integrated video and facial recognition solution at ISC West

April 10, 2015 - 

WavestoreUSA and Herta Security will offer a live demonstration of their video and facial recognition integrated products at the WavestoreUSA Booth at ISC West, held April 15-17 in Las Vegas.

The demo will showcase Herta’s BioSurveillance NEXT v2, an advanced GPU-based facial recognition solution that easily integrates with Wavestore’s video management software.

“We’re excited to be able to demonstrate Herta’s new GPU solution and show the integration in action at the WavestoreUSA booth,” said Dacian Andrei, product manager at WavestoreUSA. “Herta was recently recognized as one of six companies at Nvidia’s GTC 2015 as one of the World’s Most Relevant Emerging Companies. WavestoreUSA is proud to share integration solutions with a company awarded this distinction.”

Herta CEO Javier Rodriguez Saeta performed a live demonstration of BioSurveillance NEXT and BioFinder during the Emerging Companies Summit Show & Tell portion of GTC 2015 and Herta was recognized as one of the ‘World’s Most Relevant Emerging Companies’, receiving a prize valued at $110,000.

When Herta’s highly accurate facial recognition software detects a face, Wavestore’s video management software time/date stamps the image and stores it alongside all relevant recorded videos.

Wavestore’s automatic alerts are then sent to security personnel so that they can respond in real-time.

Additionally, the system can generate an alarm when it does not recognize a face, which is beneficial when closely monitoring a restricted or high-security area.

A WavestoreUSA-Herta solution can be customized to provide fast, accurate and robust data for anyone with advanced video surveillance, access control or marketing needs.

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