Face Recognition Software Presentation

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Viseum intelligent Virtual Operator Software (iVOS)
Face Recognition Software Module (FaceRec)
Making people’s faces the world’s
greatest security weapon against
crime and terrorism.
http://www.viseum.co.uk/blog/close-eye-cctv/
Problems
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All types face recognition systems have proven to have a low success rate due to the
complexity of this technology, and this incompatibility between different cameras and
recording media.
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The best face recognition systems can only recognise faces if their images are collected
from the same CCTV camera model that re-captures them.
Solution
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The Viseum UK brand is well known for solving problems with technology with trusted
technical performance and reliability. The Viseum iVOS FaceRec software:
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has the highest success rate proven throughout the world, and
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its images of faces are re-captured and collected independently of the make and
model of any camera, or recording devise.
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Protects the Public, Police, Property, Community and Society through the Technology of Facial
Biometrics and Analytics in conjunction with the fully compliant use of Image Management and
Image Sharing under the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
Viseum Automated Person Recognition (VAPR) uses the most up-to-date technology to identify
facial features and to match them with facial features stored in relevant “Suspects” databases.
Most people have heard of ANPR Automated Number Plate recognition: this now brings that
recognised and well-used system to the recognition of human beings.
Vis-SEEK
The surveillance camera captures images and “identifies” the facial images. The system temporarily stores the
facial image on a database for possible future use if an incident occurs , while simultaneously comparing the
newly collected facial image with those held on relevant database(s) – mainly “suspect” databases of wanted or
unsuitable persons in the case of Crime Prevention.
Through instant-matching capabilities, when a positive match occurs an alarm is automatically issued to either a
control room or to an individual on a hand-held device for them to take appropriate action. Specific procedures
are in place for the addition and removal of facial images to the database(s). The system is totally transparent to
those whose images are being captured and all relevant information readily available as required by Data
Protection legislation.
Vis-SEEK has been identified for many non security applications including vehicle immobilisation /
incapacitation and ATM security check of matching the facial image taken in the car or at the ATM with a preregistered facial image. If the match is not successful then the car will not start or the ATM will retain the card
for investigation.
Vis-SEARCH
Vis-SEARCH is used to search specific databases “post-event” using images collected as part of the evidence
gathering to be searched for. This is a particularly useful tool through use of stored images in databases being
used to match with persons captured in “evidence CCTV” – thus not relying on police officers’ local knowledge
and individual memory.
This allows post-incident identification to be carried out in a structured and strategic manner.
Monitoring people
CAMERAS
LOCAL
SERVER
HANDSET
Relays
information
to hand set
Allows user to take
action and prevent crime
USER
User can contact
SafetyWatch Admin 24/7
to interrogate system
Continuous
connection
(in customers business)
Communicates and
possible positives
instantly
Central
server and
database
Main
server
Receives
alerts from
database
iVOS RacRec
Admin System
Stores images of
suspects, and
enables upload of
new suspects
Uploads
information
to central
database
Stores 7 days of
full length footage
Can investigate
main server to
retrieve images to
upload to central
Database unit
Live Footage
Automatically
Analyzed
Isolate Image (data)
Verify against
Database(s)
Upload to
Database(s)
Video Content
Image
workplaces
hotels
retail
pubs
town centres
betting shops
taxis
casinos
cars
stadiums
clubs
hotels
Automatically Monitor
Identification
Alert end user:
“Prevent the Crime”
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