Allevate demonstrating real-world uses of Tygart’s MXSERVER at UK Security Expo
The company will be demonstrating real-world uses of Tygart’s MXSERVER to deploy watchlist detection using face recognition, and the application of face recognition to assist the post-event forensic analysis.
Allevate will be participating with partners, Sungard Availability Services, Physical Tracking Systems, and Facewatch.
The Immersive Demonstrator at UK Security Expo 2016 will be under held under the theme of ‘Securing Crowded Places’ in association with The Home Office JSaRC, the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure and other relevant government departments.
Using the event venue itself as the place to be protected, the aim is to provide an integrated experience in which visitors are able to see innovative technologies and techniques in operation to provide a realistic context as well as allowing discussion with government and industry experts.
Allevate’s founder Carl Gohringer will also be providing a live demonstration of MXSERVER in the Technology Workshops and Live Demonstrations conference stream of the exhibition, entitled “Beyond Live Surveillance: The Application of Face Recognition to Improve Forensic Analysis of Masses of Digital Media”.