Panasonic unveils CCTV cameras with facial recognition analytics software

October 7, 2015 - 

Panasonic has unveiled its new i-Pro SmartHD CCTV cameras with facial recognition analytics software, which comprises of 18 video-surveillance solutions designed to secure cities and populations, according to a report by The Asian Age.

The move comes a few months after Panasonic showcased its Intelligent Security solutions portfolio, including products with facial recognition capabilities, at the International Security Conference & Exposition 2015 (ISC West) in Las Vegas.

Panasonic’s new cameras incorporate facial recognition analytics software enabling face matching and searching functions as well as people counting and extensive analysis that can determine the age and gender of the individual on camera.

The i-Pro SmartHD CCTV cameras include management software, controllers and recorders, generating high resolution and high visibility images regardless of environmental conditions.

The clear-sight coated cameras are able to overcome any external factors which hinder vision, including rain, mist, and snow.

Additionally, the LED enabled devices are able to highlight objects in surroundings with low-level illumination, ensuring complete situational awareness.

The cameras are able to adapt to the ever-changing dynamics of an environment. Equipped with features such as auto tracking and scene change detection, the cameras can detect abnormal situations and analyze suspicious movement without human monitoring and immediately alert the control center.

These devices can be remotely monitored on smartphones and tablets via the Panasonic Security Viewer app available on both Android and iOS.

Panasonic’s i-Pro transit solutions provide buses, trains, and airports with indoor and outdoor surveillance, including 360° panoramic views and multiple-device transmission.

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