Camvi demonstrates face recognition tech at 51st ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

Camvi Technologies reports a successful presentation of its patent-pending face recognition technology integrated into an automatic gate at the 51st ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held in Singapore last month.

Camvi has been working with automatic gate manufacturer Zoom Tech in Singapore to design and develop a gate powered by Camvi’s technology. The automatic gate is equipped with a camera, a display panel, and CamviEdge, an embedded face recognition system used to verify the identity of anyone passing through the gate. The auto-gate only opens to authorized personnel.

Zoom Tech was the only automatic gate vendor chosen for the 51st ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, and Camvi-powered next generation auto-gate was installed at the meeting venue. A list of distinguished guests were authorized for entry and their face photos were pre-registered by CamviEdge. The list included the Foreign Ministers of the ASEAN countries and their partner countries such as the United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

According to the announcement the auto-gate performed flawlessly during the meeting.

“The technology behind the next-generation auto-gate comprises two parts,” explained John Chen, President and CEO of Camvi. “The first part is our AI-based face recognition technology with the state-of-the-art accuracy and search speed. And the second part is our CamviEdge system which enables large-scale face recognition at the edge, often without a network connection.”

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