VIVOTEK launches first edge-computing facial recognition camera

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Global IP surveillance provider VIVOTEK has launched its first-ever facial recognition camera that integrates edge computing, to help enterprises to quickly identify the gender and age of people in the video on edge, as well as those who are wearing masks.

According to the company, the camera has a built-in memory card with facial data storage of up to 10,000 profiles and achieves a 99% accuracy rate of detection. The camera can also target specific images for real-time alarming and its software and hardware meet the standards of US National Defense Authorization Act, building an environment people can live in with a peace of mind.

VIVOTEK says it has built into the software of the FD9387-FR-v2 Facial Recognition Camera the SAFR Inside AI facial recognition platform developed by SAFR from RealNetworks, LLC., which is combined with the camera’s edge-computing capability to significantly enhance efficiency of analysis. The camera’s functions include real-time facial detection and tracking; early warning of strange faces; and image privacy mode for sensitive areas, avoiding sharing of the video with a third party.

Moreover, the camera is equipped with strong cybersecurity protection capability with fully encrypted data storage and transmission, safeguarding user privacy.

VIVOTEK highlights that the FD9387-FR-v2 Facial Recognition Camera is suitable for building automation/ access control systems of banks, retailors and buildings; among which, the build-in system is open to integration with business intelligence (BI) services, especially customer service of luxury retail, which sends real-time notification when VIP customers walk into the store, enhancing service quality and standards; effectively tracks and detects traffics in and out, making it a crucial aspect of smart building – through list management, unauthorized visitors will be reported and recorded in case of future investigations.

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