MorphoTrak to launch video analytics solution at GIS

September 18, 2015 - 

MorphoTrak announced that it will launch its video analytics solution, Morpho Video Investigator (MVI), at the 2015 Global Identity Summit (GIS),

MVI combines facial recognition software with video analytics for motion, person, and license plate recognition, providing law enforcement and intelligence communities with the means to quickly assess large amounts of video for investigative purposes.

Using the solution, investigators are able to process and analyze large quantities of video data significantly faster than with traditional methods.

The solution’s embedded algorithms process video sequences by detecting, searching and reporting the depicted elements of interest.

As MVI browses through the vast amount of raw data, the video analyst can start a review based on the most relevant data to significantly reduce the time and effort it would take to watch the entire video.

As such, the analyst is able to spot clues faster, and is able to exploit them more quickly.

MVI features several collaborative case management tools, allowing multiple analysts to work on the same case simultaneously.

“We believe that Morpho Video Investigator is a force multiplier for forensic video analysis. Leveraging Morpho’s latest video analytics technology, MVI operates on a dynamic and scalable open platform adaptable to the needs of our customers,” said Celeste Thomasson, president and CEO of MorphoTrak. “Optimized to run on third-party analytics and technological evolution, MVI provides law enforcement and the intelligence community with the tools to detect criminal activity and terrorism, and to protect our critical infrastructure, and public safety.”

Held September 21 through 24 in Tampa, Florida, Biometric Consortium and AFCEA’s 2015 GIS will focus on identity management solutions for corporate, defense and homeland security communities.

Previously reported, MorphoTrust USA (Safran) achieved ISO 14298 certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for superior security standards in its credential production process.

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