Surveillance

Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting. It is sometimes done in a surreptitious manner and it most usually refers to observation of individuals or groups by government organizations. Find surveillance solutions here.

 

Biometrics research notes: surveillance and security drive 3D sensors, image and facial recognition markets

Biometric facial recognition generated $4.51 billion in 2018, and will grow at a 12.5 percent CAGR to reach a market…

 

UK’s CCTV commissioner pleads for AI, biometric ethical legal guidance

Standard CCTV surveillance cameras in the U.K. now come equipped with facial recognition technology, implementation which has raised a number…

 

NtechLab to provide facial recognition for smart cities through Rostelecom subsidiary partnership

Rostelecom Group subsidiary Netris and NtechLab have agreed to a partnership to add face recognition to cameras deployed to Netris’…

 

Startup Sensing Feeling offers video emotion analysis without facial recognition

A UK startup is using computer vision with facial and body language analytics to assess the emotions of people and…

 

Academic research into biometrics included in Scottish Parliament investigation of policing

A criminologist from Northumbria University researching how biometric technologies are used in law enforcement and their impact on individuals has…

 

IPVM opens dedicated video testing facility to research facial recognition and other technologies

IPVM has opened a 12,000 square foot facility to expand its research and teaching capabilities with testing of video surveillance…

 

Australian Commission calls for partial facial biometrics moratorium as APAC countries seek balance

The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling for a moratorium on the use of facial recognition in law enforcement and…

 

World Bank accused of unknowingly funding China’s biometric surveillance in Xinjiang

Was China’s surveillance state built with World Bank loans? According to official procurement documents, China tried to use the World…

 

Avigilon launches updated enterprise facial biometric software with ‘appearance alerts’

Avigilon has launched ‘appearance alerts’ to its artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition video management software to help commercial organizations identify people…

 

China lead in global facial recognition surveillance market examined as rights concerns mount

Biometric facial recognition companies from China are gaining an advantage from having the largest home market and being willing to…

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