New SecurOS FaceX Analytics from ISS Sets New Benchmarks in Facial Recognition


Recognition Range Includes Facial Profiles with Extreme Accuracy

New SecurOS FaceX Analytics from ISS Sets New Benchmarks in Facial RecognitionISS – Intelligent Security Systems, a provider of intelligent VMS and native analytics globally, is demonstrating the company’s new powerful SecurOS FaceX facial recognition solution here at ISC West 2019 (booth #28073). FaceX delivers the unique capability to accurately recognize individuals’ faces from different camera angles with a host of specific facial characteristics under various lighting conditions. The new native analytics solution is built on the basis of ISS’ recently enhanced SecurOS v.10 Video Management System (VMS) platform, embedding all of FaceX’s functionality including the ability to add and import files, perform searches and more.

“Our new SecurOS™ FaceX Facial Recognition Solution provides a significant leap in performance and capabilities for a wide range of surveillance and business intelligence applications. Its enhanced ability to accurately capture and identify individuals using profile images and facial characteristics greatly expands the range of applications for facial recognition across numerous surveillance and business intelligence applications,” said Shawn Mather, Director of Sales for U.S., ISS. And unlike conventional facial recognition analytics, FaceX is fully built specifically to perform with the SecurOS™ VMS platform, enabling seamless control of all analytics functions and management directly through the VMS.”

SecurOS™ FaceX sets a new benchmark in facial recognition analytics by dramatically expanding the ability to identify and match faces with greater versatility. Most notable is that FaceX resolves longstanding challenges for facial recognition related to camera viewing angles, facial expressions and diverse lighting conditions, providing for a far greater range of identity matches and authentication. FaceX compares captured images against databases of known individuals, or faces captured from video streams, expanding the use of facial recognition to search for individuals during unfolding events. Searches can also be conducted by specific facial features against multiple watchlists and a virtually unlimited database of facial images. FaceX also supports multi-factor authentication for implementation with access control systems.

SecurOS™ FaceX also incorporates Advanced Neural Network (ANN) technologies enabling a whole new host of features and capabilities. In addition to expanding facial detection to include profile images, FaceX can clarify a database search based on specific face features such as age, gender and ethnicity, as well as by hair color, the presence of facial hair, glasses, headwear and bald patches.

Additional features include: searches by photo or screenshot; consecutive face searches; integration with multiple watchlists; unlimited face recognition database size; multiple watchlists and database management capabilities; batch import of images into face recognition databases; auto detection of redundant facial images; centrally managed distributed, scalable architecture; and image-based monitoring of captured faces and recognized faces. SecurOS™ FaceX also provides detailed reporting and metrics to aggregate data for forensic investigations.

SecurOS™ FaceX Facial Recognition Solution will be available in April, 2019.


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