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Digital Barriers, a leading provider of edge-intelligent surveillance and security technologies, today announced it has signed a strategic partnership with Kings Secure Technologies (Kings). Having introduced SmartVis SafeZone, Digital Barriers edge-based video analytics and intrusion software some years ago, Kings is now able to extend its service capability by offering Digital Barriers’ full portfolio of market-leading technology including ultra-low bandwidth live streaming, real-time facial recognition and live-streaming body-worn cameras when building complete turnkey solutions for the global surveillance and security markets.
Digital Barriers, the provider of edge-based IoT surveillance and security technologies, today announced that its cutting-edge facial recognition technology was successfully deployed at The O2 in London to enhance security at both The BRIT Awards (“BRITs”) in February and the National Television Awards (“NTAs”) in January. The technology was used to screen guests at multiple entrances at both events, which had a combined television audience of more than 10 million viewers.
Digital Barriers, a provider of edge-based IoT surveillance and security technologies, is pleased to announce its newly-formed partnership with Tomorrow Street, Vodafone’s Luxembourg-based innovation centre. The collaboration will see Digital Barriers’ full suite of live, edge-intelligent products made available around the world through Tomorrow Street and Vodafone’s extensive global network.
Our facial recognition technology featured on BBC News (London) bulletin
At the end of March this year, the UK’s Gambling Commission published new advice to support the
Government with its review of gaming machines and social responsibility measures. At the heart of the review was the aim to reduce risks that consumers, especially vulnerable consumers (such as those with gambling addictions), face from the different kinds of gambling. Whilst the advice is sound, it is unlikely to be effective
without the right technology to support it.
Digital Barriers, the specialist provider of AI and cloud software for live video streaming and analytics, is pleased to announce the appointment of Neville Davis as Chairman with immediate effect. This appointment follows the Management Buyout of the Company on 31 October 2017, backed by Volpi Capital.
Machine learning crucial to the new generation of facial recognition as the system must provide quick comparisons of face from a variety of angles, and in changing lighting conditions.
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Volpi Capital partners with Digital Barriers management in Management Buy-Out. The remainder of the original business continues to be listed and has renamed itself ThruVision PLC .
COBAN Technologies, Inc., a leader in body-worn cameras and in-car video solutions for law enforcement, today announced that it is partnering with Digital Barriers to provide live facial recognition and live video streaming technology.
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