NtechLab & FindFace in the media
Thanks to new software, a thief was apprehended in the Siberian coal-mining city of Kemerovo. The facial recognition system, which was developed by the Moscow-based startup, already helped identify over 180 wanted criminals during the World Cup in summer 2018.
Currently, facial biometrics systems allow you to recognize not only a person’s face but also gender, age, and emotional state. These capabilities allow retail businesses to use video analytics as an extra level of security, preventing fraud and embezzlement, as well as to increase sales through improved customer service.
In Almetyevsk several hundreds of cameras with a face recognition technology from NtechLab will be installed, report “Tatar-inform” citing the deputy minister of Tatarstan, Informatization and communications Minister Roman Shaihutdinov.
By 2030, 60% of the world’s population will live in large cities. And the task of how to make modern technologies more responsive toward people’s needs will be seen as more and more important every year.
NtechLab announces the rollout of FindFace Security, an intelligent video analytics system with face recognition. It is driven by a biometric identification algorithm. The technology is suitable for transportation and manufacturing facilities, law enforcement, sporting and entertainment events, casinos and retail chains
NtechLab rolls out an out-of-the-box version of face recognition technology FindFace Security, the winner of several international face recognition contests. Rostec, the owner of a stake in NtechLab through a subsidiary, intends to implement this version on its key enterprises
NtechLab, a technology partner of Rostec under the project Safe City, during the Digital Industry of Industrial Russia 2018 announced the rollout of FindFace Security -an out-of-the-box version of its intelligent video analytics version based on the world’s best face recognition algorithm.
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From July 2018 Russian banks prepare to adopt a single biometric identification system. Customers will be identified by face, voice and other individual attributes, enabling them, among other things, to access services in financial organizations without the need to physically appear in a bank, remotely set up an account. How does the new technology work? … Continue reading Is it possible to cheat a face recognition system? An experiment in the office of NtechLab