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BriefCam integrates real-time face recognition in new version of video analytics platform

 

BriefCam has announced the introduction of real-time face recognition for enhanced situational awareness as part of v5.3 of its extensible video content analytics platform.

The new face recognition capabilities can streamline post-event investigations, support rapid response, and derive richer operational intelligence to make decisions driven by data, according to the announcement.

BriefCam v5.3 integrates BriefCam Review for efficient investigations, BriefCam Research for operational intelligence, and BriefCam Respond for situational awareness. The Review product offers multi-camera search capabilities, identifying people and vehicles using 25 classes and attributes, and uses images extracted from video, external sources and pre-defined watchlists to rapidly pinpoint people of interest. It also provides dynamic case collaboration to improve investigation productivity. BriefCam Research correlates video data with data from third-party sources, including point of sale, and time and access management, and allows users to aggregate data on customizable dashboards to view trends, object interactions, demographics, hotspots, and vehicle movement patterns. Its integrated face recognition enables insights about employee productivity and customer satisfaction. BreifCam Respond provides real-time alerts based on facial recognition, along with scalable watchlist management and rule configuration to minimize alert fatigue with a balance of sensitivity, accuracy, and efficiency.

“BriefCam v5.3 further enables organizations to derive exponential value from their existing video surveillance system investments,” said Trevor Matz, BriefCam president and CEO. “With the addition of highly accurate, real-time face recognition capabilities to our extensible video content analytics platform, organizations can further benefit from real-time actionable intelligence for their situational awareness and operational agility initiatives.”

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