Transform the management and effectiveness of your security surveillance with SmartVis facial recognition.
Digital Barriers provides a wide range of video analytics, including highly accurate facial recognition, which make the review of live surveillance and forensic video more efficient.
Our highly advanced facial-recognition software, analyses CCTV or video footage to detect and match subjects against a watchlist of known individuals.
The system has been designed to do the job that traditional facial recognition systems cannot. To work in the real world. In real time. Rather than simply comparing sets of images in controlled environments, SmartVis Face operates on video streams, live or pre-recorded. By building a composite from multiple frames, it delivers real-world accuracy and reliability that can meet real-world requirements.
SmartVis Face works by processing streams of video in real time to find faces. Video archives and images can also be searched.
Automated facial recognition provides the ability to detect, track and recognise faces from a list of known individuals in dynamic and uncontrolled environments faster than any human.
Our system also supports the use of mobile devices to enrol and recognise people, increasing the number of ways it can be deployed and reducing the need for central-system administration.
A live video stream and forensic footage is monitored for persons of interest with alerts generated when a likely match comes into view.
Based on the latest research, SmartVis Face will significantly enhance your security capability - and our analytics use machine learning, so performance continues to improve as more data becomes available. SmartVis Face is also available as an application designed to run on most smartphones.
Users take a photo or video footage and submit this to the SmartVis Face system - running on the client’s servers or a private cloud - to look for matches against watchlists. Matches are presented back to the user on the smartphone, while central alerts can also be generated if a person of interest is located.
SmartVis technology can be applied to any video camera or mobile camera to monitor non-intrusively without fatigue or inattention.
SMARTVIS FACE CASE STUDY: CAREEM USES SMARTVIS FACE TO SET NEW SECURITY BENCHMARK IN RIDE-HAILING INDUSTRY
Careem introduces ‘facial recognition’ technology to champion unprecedented passenger safety in ride-hailing. In a first for the region, facial recognition powered by 'Digital Barriers' will verify Captains in real-time and aid in background check of new recruits.
In another step aimed at making ride-hailing a completely safe and secure experience for its users, Careem, the region’s leading ride-hailing app, announces the integration of facial technology to its technological framework to set a new benchmark in passenger safety. In addition to reinforcing Careem’s leadership credentials and industry-leading technological capabilities, the announcement makes the company the only ride-hailing app in the region to leverage biometric technology for the enhancement of its services.
Powered by Digital Barriers, a leading provider of intelligent security solutions across the globe, the backend biometric identification system enables Careem to confirm its Captains’ identity in real-time, eliminating all risks associated with fraudulent car ownership and possession. Secured by a robust verification process that validates every Captain’s identity with their assigned car, users are assured of being in safe hands at all times, with the technology providing Careem with round-the-clock Captain authentication capabilities.
All of SmartVis's capabilities, including Facial Recognition, are available from a cloud service. Our solutions can be implemented in any environment monitored by video cameras using in many cases, existing infrastructure.
The cloud service can be integrated simply into existing systems, using pre-built integrations with a range of selected third-party systems.
Facial recognition and other SmartVis analytics can be hosted in your cloud environment or in your on-premises cloud.
Deployment with a cloud service provides access to cutting-edge video analytics through web APIs, making it easy to integrate into web and mobile applications.
The cloud service can be used to monitor widely dispersed cameras, provided they have an internet connection.