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NtechLab facial recognition tech integrated with Genetec unified security platform

 

NtechLab announced today a new integration partnership that will enable Genetec Security Center users to have access to NtechLab’s FindFace facial recognition algorithm. FindFace Security creates greater situational awareness and increases the efficiency of control operations by turning video streams gathered by Genetec surveillance technologies into valuable insights with the use of AI-driven face recognition.

FindFace Security features include the ability to define people against a multimillion database of photos in less than a second, accurate matching results regardless of the quality of the video stream, lighting, position of the head and body, presence of foreign objects in a frame or altered exterior of the person in question. The algorithm recognizes faces with high accuracy and provides the ability to simultaneously analyze video streams from up to a hundred thousand cameras.

NIST’s recently released report for its Ongoing Facial Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT), Part 1: Verification showed NtechLab among leaders in technology for the most complicated image sets. Ntechlab’s biometric technology is also used in Moscow’s public surveillance CCTV network.

“We are pleased our customers can benefit from a biometric solution with a highly-ranked face recognition engine,” said Jordan Jaumeau, director of development partnerships at Genetec. “This integration gives them the ability to detect a person from a user-defined watch list, enriching security analytics.”

“We are thrilled to announce our integration with Genetec, one of the largest global video surveillance solutions providers,” added NtechLab CEO Alexander Minin. “Our integration with Genetec will allow business all over the world to experience the benefits of accurate face recognition in improving commercial performance as well as ensuring safety of public and private spaces alike.”

Last month Watcom Group became an authorized distribution partner of NtechLab products based on the FindFace facial recognition algorithm. Watcom is a Russian firm that specializes in analyzing visitor flows in shopping centers and stores.

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