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Twenty20 Solutions introduces edge AI face biometrics and object recognition

False alerts fall by 90 percent for object detection
Twenty20 Solutions introduces edge AI face biometrics and object recognition

Automation and security firm Twenty20 Solutions is now able to provide cutting-edge face biometrics and object recognition solutions powered by advanced machine learning methods. The company promises that thanks to its accurate and intuitive new software false alerts have fallen by 90 percent, leading to an overall increase in operational efficiency.

The company unveiled its newest AI-powered visual recognition technology to enhance face biometrics and object recognition tech which it says can be integrated into any business. These new capabilities will allow Twenty20 Solutions to further smarten its global supply of security, surveillance, and access technology and allow customers to implement accurate and efficient recognition tech in a variety of industries.

Clients can utilize the cloud-based Twenty20 biometric platform to integrate all their surveillance views for increased accessibility. Among the AI-enhanced product suites are Twenty20 Solutions’ Object and License Plate Recognition solutions which let clients create and manage automated security watch lists. Twenty20 Solutions also addresses the growing need for PPE recognition to track protective gear such as masks and hard hats, allowing clients to enforce safety compliance more efficiently.

Moreover, law enforcement partners can utilize the company’s new vehicle classification solution which allows to detect and categorize various types of vehicles such as motorcycles, cars, and trucks. In addition to this, the company’s edge AI integrates into existing surveillance systems, making them capable of advanced facial recognition without overhauling existing infrastructure.

Twenty20 Solutions CEO Dan Vertachnik stated, “Developing AI-enabled technology that helps customers automate their day-to-day on-site activities and keep their assets, people, and businesses safe and compliant is our company’s main focus. We are committed to providing leading-edge solutions that protect our customers’ assets and people, optimize their operations, improve their efficiency and reduce their overall costs,” said Vertachnik. “The new and improved technology roadmap we are committed to rolling out extends that commitment to our customers by delivering tools that provide unprecedented value.”

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