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Holon, Israel


Website: oosto.com

Powered by Vision AI, Oosto provides actionable intelligence to keep your customers, employees, and visitors safe with automated watchlist alerting, contactless access control and mobile surveillance. Oosto eliminates a traditional systems’ shortcomings, by accurately capturing faces in real-world environments, even with low bandwidth CCTV cameras. Our solutions are built to function on any sensor, with any resolution and are proven to operate in real-time and real-world scenarios. We bring together the best and brightest minds in AI, deep learning and computer vision to make the world a safer, more intuitive and more connected place.

Oosto Biometrics News


Intellicene adds Oosto facial recognition technology to Symphia product suite

Real-time facial recognition provider Oosto has announced a strategic partnership with Intellicene. Oosto’s face biometrics now integrates with Intellicene’s Symphia…

May 25, 2023

Oosto branching out with cloud-to-edge pivot

Facial recognition company Oosto has announced plans to move its flagship Vision AI software from embedded apps in edge devices…

May 3, 2023

Oosto says changes reflect macroeconomics, not shift in facial recognition customer focus

A series of personnel changes by Oosto may have more to do with the macroeconomic environment than any shift in…

Apr 26, 2023

Oosto ends collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University

Facial recognition company Oosto has ended its partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) CyLab Biometric Research Center, a security and…

Feb 28, 2023

Promotions, appointments and mass hiring indicate biometrics growth ahead

Digital identity technology providers are hiring or boosting their leadership ranks to address emerging opportunities. NEC and Veritran have promoted…

Dec 12, 2022

Air travel forecast to integrate new biometric and metaverse applications

Several private and public entities have recently opined on how biometrics could improve air travel, including SITA, Amadeus and Oosto….

Nov 21, 2022

Contextual analytics helps achieve holistic understanding of video in real time — Oosto

Semantic segmentation can enable contextual analytics to gain a holistic understanding of video footage in real time, improving artificial intelligence…

Oct 25, 2022

Oosto updates biometric platform, deploys it in gambling casino

Oosto has updated its Vision Artificial Intelligence software with several new features. The company has also introduced a proprietary edge…

Sep 26, 2022

Oosto offers advice on facial recognition implementations for stadium security

When violence occurs in stadiums and arenas, security staff are often not surprised by the identity of the perpetrators, but…

Sep 5, 2022

Assa Abloy acquires another facial recognition access control provider

Access control giant Assa Abloy has acquired Brazilian biometric hardware and software developer Control iD to integrate its access control…

Aug 8, 2022

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…

Jul 15, 2022

Facial blindness is a rare syndrome in humans, but very common among organizations

By Moshe Ofry, VP Engineering, Oosto Prosopagnosia has become famous recently following Brad Pitt’s confession that he suffers from the…

Jul 8, 2022

Face biometrics vendors Oosto and FaceTec identify limitations to NIST FRVTs

The leading benchmark for face biometrics is not well-suited to evaluating technology for video surveillance use cases, Oosto argues in…

Jun 23, 2022

School security summit pushes object and facial recognition tech, leans on humans

On the same day that the U.S. Supreme Court made it easier to carry a concealed firearm, a panel including…

May 27, 2022

Oosto at IFSEC 2022: toward further biometric applications for law enforcement

Israeli firm Oosto presented two types of face biometrics products when participating in the IFSEC 2022 conference in London last…

May 10, 2022

Biometrics use cases, ethics to be examined in webinars from Oosto, Simprints, EAB, FIDO Alliance

A variety of new webinars focusing on different applications of and issues around biometric technologies have been announced by Oosto,…

May 4, 2022

Innovators honored for advances in edge AI, biometrics and deepfake detection

Researchers and technology developers innovating in biometrics and adjacent areas have been recognized for patent achievements, new artificial intelligence models…

Mar 22, 2022

New Oosto appliance brings facial recognition, video AI to edge for lower TCO

Oosto has launched a new appliance for edge-based video analytics and facial recognition to transform the total cost of ownership for…

Feb 14, 2022

Oosto reveals seaport logistics deployment of facial recognition, explores video AI use cases

Leading Israeli logistics company Group 207 is using Oosto’s facial recognition among its video surveillance tools at the Post of…

Jan 20, 2022

Industry, civil society weigh in on biometrics policy in letters to White House

Stakeholders and advocates are chiming in with responses to a U.S. government request for information on public and private sector uses…

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Facial blindness is a rare syndrome in humans, but very common among organizations

By Moshe Ofry, VP Engineering, Oosto Prosopagnosia has become famous recently following Brad Pitt’s confession that he suffers from the…

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Preventing stadium violence

Many stadiums and sports venues are left wondering how they can safeguard the fan experience and keep hooligans, criminals and…

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