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Arteco recognized for its intelligent facial recognition solution


The Arteco Face Recognition (AFR) solution has been recognized with multiple awards for its cost savings, innovation and efficiency.

BUILDINGS Magazine choose AFR for the 2018 Money-Saving Products Award in the Life Safety and Security category for the qualities and features it offers to building owners and facility managers. AFR also won a “highly commended” nomination from the 2018 North American Fraud Awards for Most Innovative In-store Solution and was a finalist in PSI Magazine’s 2018 Premier Awards for Software/Signalling Product of the Year.

AFR allows security leaders to gain more intelligent data from investments in video surveillance platforms, scaling easily and economically with low system and storage requirements, according to the announcement. It delivers rapid and accurate face recognition capabilities, is designed to be easily deployed and managed and empowers video surveillance applications across the globe.

“Face recognition capabilities are critical to helping enterprise organizations save time and effort identifying potential anomalies and investigating incidents,” said Giampaolo Sabbatani, CEO, Arteco. “These awards demonstrate AFR’s ability to build an intelligent security posture in a variety of environments, such as retail, where loss prevention professionals must stay one step ahead of the latest industry threats.”

A recent report in the National Law Review warned retailers to consider consumer privacy laws when deploying facial recognition tools.

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