Facial recognition firm Herta has announced it will install solutions in Phuket, Thailand, as part of a Safe City project in partnership with Point IT. Pictures or videos will be taken of vehicle occupants entering the city by police with mobile phones at security checkpoints, and sent wirelessly to the network of Herta’s BioSurveillance NEXT system, according to the announcement. The mobile phones then receive an alarm if a blacklisted subject is detected. “We are very proud to provide leading
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.
Spanish facial recognition software developer Herta Security announced that the company was recognized as one of the World’s Most Relevant Emerging Companies for its facial recognition technology as part of the Emerging Companies Summit Show & Tell portion of the GPU Technology Conference (GTC 2015) conference and exhibition. Held on March 18 at the San Jose Convention Center in Silicon Valley, Herta Security received a prize valued at $110.000. Additionally, Herta CEO and Javier Rodriguez Saeta performed live demonstrations of
Spanish facial recognition software developer Herta Security announced that its BioFinder video analysis software has won the “Best CCTV System of the Year” award at the IFSEC Security & Fire Excellence Awards 2014. Previously reported, IFSEC announced Herta as a finalist for Security & Fire Excellence Awards 2014. Using facial recognition, BioFinder enables users to search for a specific subject in a database of recorded videos. The software processes images or videos at a high speed by working with GPU
IFSEC, the world’s largest annual security event, has announced the finalist list for its Security & Fire Excellence Awards 2014, the sixteenth edition of this major the security industry prize designed to highlight the very best people, projects and processes in the UK’s security sector. Spanish facial recognition software provider Herta Security is among the solution providers shortlisted, with its BioFinder and BioMarketing solutions in the running for best CCTV System of the year. BioFinder uses facial recognition to search
Herta Security has announced the launch of BioSurveillance NEXT, its newest facial recognition solution for video surveillance that the company, says is the world’s fastest. BioSurveillance NEXT boasts its speed above all else, and is reportedly 40X faster than conventional CPU-based facial recognition technology. The new software is also able to process in real time, and can process High Definition video at a rate of 150 frames per second. “Herta is committed to delivering innovation and solutions for the new era