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Trinidad and Tobago builds $12M 2,500 CCTV facial recognition camera grid to prevent crime

A new network of 2,500 CCTV cameras and facial recognition software are being installed in the Caribbean nation of Trinidad…

 

Oosto brings facial recognition to Australian Turf Club’s CCTV system

Israel-based Oosto has revealed details about a deployment of its facial recognition software to enhance security and identify VIPs at…

 

Adelaide considers CCTV system with facial recognition as calls for regulation intensify

New deployments of facial recognition technology continue to raise questions in Australia, as experts call for changes to privacy law…

 

Exadel updates open-source facial recognition service for UI, easier CCTV deployments

Silicon Valley-based software consultancy and engineering provider Exadel has added a slew of features to its CompreFace open-source facial recognition…

 

Draft bill allows Israeli police access to face biometrics from public CCTV

Israel’s Ministerial Committee for Legislation cleared a biometric surveillance bill on Sunday that will enable security services to access information…

 

Interpretations of interpretations hope to clarify UK CCTV, biometric surveillance

The UK’s data regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), released new guidance last month in an attempt to clarify the…

 

Moving beyond CCTV’s limited out-of-the-box video analytics

Modern organizations understand that their network of CCTV cameras and the videos that these cameras record are the foundation to…

 

Moving beyond CCTV’s limited out-of-the-box video analytics

Get your full copy of Oosto’s Moving Beyond CCTV’s Limited Out-of-the-Box Video Analytics eBook today to understand how adding cutting-edge…

 

South Korea launching facial recognition CCTV pilot to trace COVID cases

South Korea is planning to add facial recognition to the technology arsenal of its contact-tracing initiative, with the hope of…

 

No facial recognition for South Australia Police on planned CCTV network until law updated

Adelaide City Council passed a motion aimed at preventing South Australia Police (SAPOL) from using facial recognition via a CCTV…

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