In order to reinforce the security in public and private areas, IDEMIA, the world leader in augmented identity launched its new generation application for video analysis.
Thanks to Augmented Vision, security workers will be allowed to identify suspected people in real time and accelerate the investigation as soon as the event occurs. This new cutting-edge technology helps to strengthen security in high circulation places such as airports, train stations, stadiums, sports arenas, stores and shopping malls. It can also be placed at show sites and entertainment areas for accurate surveillance.
Augmented Vision has numerous assets:
- Fast and accurate functioning in real-time;
- Several algorithms for video analytics all-in-one: face, outline, vehicles, number plates, objects;
- Real-Time face recognition technology highly accurate and tested by NIST (FIVE 2017);
It can also be settled in CCTV solutions or access control systems:
- Video Analytics : While a suspected person is detected in the video, the AV solution will trigger a warning for the surveillance team. Augmented Vision is blended in normal monitoring systems, with classic cameras situated in public or private areas, thus IDEMIA contributes to upraise security systems.
- Access Control: the security system can automatically refuse access when a suspect tries to get into a non-authorized zone. And It can also identify a group of people by distinguishing and authorizing some VIPs or employees to secured zones.
This application leans on IDEMIA’s expertise, in particular on its face recognition technology which allows great efficiency and accuracy for image and video analysis.
«Augmented Vision leverages all of IDEMIA’s latest technologies to offer a complete and accurate solution based on our leadership in biometric capture and analysis as well as real-time video data analysis. With this new analytics application, we enhance security, increase throughput while improving user experience. »
Philippe Barreau, IDEMIA Executive Vice President of the Public Security & Identity Business Unit
«With Augmented Vision, we give our Partners the capability to capitalize upon existing video surveillance infrastructures with biometric access control. It paves the way for our next facial recognition-based innovations for access control and time & attendance applications. »
Yves Portalier Executive Vice President of the Connected Objects Business Unit