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Verint introduces new facial recognition technology

 

Verint Systems has launched its new FaceDetect facial recognition software to general availability to deliver automated identification capabilities to existing systems.

FaceDetect incorporates neural networks and deep learning meant to imitate and exceed human recognition, identifying individuals even when obstructed or disguised, according to the announcement. It provides both real-time and forensic matching against database with millions of faces, and supports 10 cameras per GPU, with video streams from any IP camera.

“Verint is a driving force behind the development of intelligent solutions that allow customers to advance their strategic security efforts,” says Verint’s Alan Stoddard, vice president and general manager, situational intelligence solutions. “Our FaceDetect solution helps organizations automate intelligence gathering, and take a more proactive approach to business and security intelligence, all while increasing the return on their technology investments.”

The company demonstrated FaceDetect at ISC West 2018, along with its recently announced enhancements to its Situational Awareness Platform and VMS solution.

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