Cognitec s face recognition software used at 17th CPC National Congress
FaceVACS-Alert, a product designed to assist real-time face recognition video surveillance, was implemented to the customer s full satisfaction. Face recognition technology can be added to conventional video surveillance systems in order to identify persons in a watch list, by comparing faces in real-time video images against stored photographs. Cognitec s technology has proven to be one of the most reliable and best performing on the market.
This pivotal acknowledgement of the technical excellence of Cognitec s FaceVACS-Alert software by being used at such a prestigious National Security event speaks strongly for the robustness and the great performance rates that Cognitec s products offer. This is even more the case as the product was chosen after extensive tests, also using products of competing companies, under very stringent conditions.
"We are once again very pleased with the successful deployment of a video surveillance system that includes our face recognition technology," commented Alfredo Herrera, Cognitec s Managing Director. "It is an honor for us to be selected by the Government of the People's Republic of China for such an important event."
Cognitec Systems GmbH
Headquartered in Dresden, Germany and offices in Herndon, VA; Miami, FL; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Hong Kong, China, Cognitec was founded in 2002, by a team of experts who recognized the growing need for software solutions in the field of biometrics. Cognitec's founders have been working on specific algorithms for the face recognition technology FaceVACS® since 1995. Commencing as early as 1996, government and industry customers began relying on the FaceVACS® technology for a wide range of applications. In various independent evaluation tests including the Face Recognition Vendor Tests in 2002 and 2006, FaceVACS® has proven to be the leading technology available on the market.
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