Vigilant Solutions Launches New Intelligence-Led Policing Package
Facial recognition and analytic solutions provider Vigilant Solutions announced on Monday it has launched a new product bundling that enables law enforcement agencies to easily and affordably deploy a comprehensive suite of technology solutions.
“ILP (Intelligence-Led Policing) is a completely new way of going to market for Vigilant,” said Neil Schlisserman, VP of sales at Vigilant Solutions. “Every ILP package contains an agency-wide license to Vigilant’s hosted LEARN analytic software, unlimited access in LEARN to our national database of over 2 billion commercial license plate recognition detections, some number of LPR systems – mobile or fixed – to meet the needs of the specific agency, an agency-wide license to our FaceSearch facial recognition solution, as well as a new Mobile Companion smartphone application that encompasses all that ILP has to offer. The ILP packages represent over 75 percent savings for most agencies, when compared to buying these individual technologies on their own.”
“We are developing exciting new technologies, and we are doing so in a very agile and responsive development environment,” said Dr. Dinh Tien Son, co-founder and chief scientist at Vigilant Solutions. “The new facial recognition algorithms that we have developed use over 350 different vectors, or measurements, of the human face – essentially creating a fingerprint. There has been a great amount of development work invested into our facial recognition product, and we believe that it will prove itself as the most feature-rich, intuitive, and accurate solution available. Our new Mobile Companion was driven by a desire to combine LPR, LPR data and analytics, and facial recognition all into a very nice and easy-to-use mobile application that is representative of ILP. The availability of all of these features in a mobile application is truly unique, and enables officers in the field to do their jobs more safely and effectively.”
Vigilant Solutions is based in Livermore, California and manufactures a range of intelligence solutions, facial recognition and analytic products that help law enforcement.