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AnyVision partners with Synectics to offer facial recognition with intelligent security systems

 

Security surveillance company Synectics has reached a partnership agreement with AnyVision to integrate biometric facial recognition with its Synergy 3 command and control platform.

Synergy 3 users can leverage the platform intelligent automation capabilities to combine and analyze data from site-wide subsystems in tandem with AnyVision’s technology for a refined level of actionable intelligence not otherwise available in the surveillance systems market, according to the announcement. AnyVision says its plug-and-play software is able to overcome challenges to facial recognition such as occlusions, different angles, and poor lighting conditions.

“Synectics believes partnerships like this one with AnyVision create the foundation from which our business can adapt to changes in the marketplace and answers the call from our customers to provide cutting-edge solutions,” says Synectics Vice President of Gaming John Roessler. “Taking this approach also allows for increased return on investment not only for us, but, more importantly, for our customers and partners.”

Synergy 3 is used in city surveillance applications, transportation hub and network security, oil and gas installations, CNI infrastructure, high-security sites, casinos, and public attractions.

“Facial, body, and object recognition have real-world benefits right now,” comments AnyVision Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Boris Gokhman. “Collaborating with best-of-breed technology partners to help more organizations ‒ working across diverse sectors ‒ harness new capabilities and achieve those benefits is hugely important to us. We are delighted to be working with Synectics on this and look forward to expanding this partnership in the future.”

AnyVision recently partnered with IndigoVision as it pursues its mission of making its artificial intelligence-powered technology available to more businesses around the world.

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