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Facial Recognition

Razko’s facial recognition is an image analytics tool, which provides face capturing and recognition, with a high level of accuracy, in a wide variety of challenging conditions. It is ranked among the most accurate of all face recognition systems available today.

As a Video Analytics/Biometrics Module images can be archived in a database for real time identification.  It can be used for active recognition where subjects know their image

is being captured or passively, where there is no knowledge of such surveillance. It can be used as a standalone system, in conjunction with access control, or other third party systems, to enhance its functionality.

The application detects people’s faces in live video streams, or video footage, and stores video sequences of cropped faces(face streams) for each appearance in front of a camera.

Facial Recognition

Razko’s facial recognition is an image analytics tool, which provides face capturing and recognition, with a high level of accuracy, in a wide variety of challenging conditions. It is ranked among the most accurate of all face recognition systems available today.

Analytics/Biometrics Module images can be 

archived in a database for real time identification.  It can be used for active recognition where subjects know their image is being captured or passively, where there is no knowledge of such surveillance. It can be used as a standalone system, in conjunction with access control, or other third party systems, to enhance its functionality.

The application detects

 people’s faces in live video streams, orvideo footage, and stores video sequences of cropped faces(face streams) for each appearance in front of a camera.

Razko’s facial recognition is an image analytics tool, which provides face capturing and recognition, with a high level of accuracy, in a wide variety of challenging conditions. It is ranked among the most accurate of all face recognition systems available today.

Analytics/Biometrics Module images can be archived in a database for real time identification.  It can be used for active recognition where subjects know their image is being captured or passively, where there is no knowledge of such surveillance. It can be used as a standalone system, in conjunction with access control, or other third party systems, to enhance its functionality.

The application detects people’s faces in live video streams, or video footage, and stores video sequences of cropped faces(face streams) for each appearance in front of a camera.

Every detected face is recorded and archived by the facial software, and can be enrolled as a friend or a foe. Information can be added to the enrolled image, as to why they are in the database. The database can support thousands of enrolled images, and it only takes the system 0.5 seconds to search the

database, and send an alarm to designated computers, mobile devices, or even send an email with pictures and history attached.

Multiple cameras per site can be connected to a single server, and multiple servers can be connected to a central database. Database synchronisation is configurable and can be done periodically, or multiple times per day.

Strict guidelines must be implemented for the facial recognition systems to succeed.  Type of cameras and lenses, mounting location, as well as height are all critical parameters that need to be understood and followed.

Over the years Razko has perfected the art of facial system installation. We have designed camera mounts that can connect to any ceiling type, walls, posts or columns. The IP MP cameras we use are specifically designed to produce clear, crisp images, even under the most challenging light conditions. Special lenses enable only the perfect amount of light through, in order to get the best image possible. A centralised server, with the facial software, connects to all the facial cameras. All capturing, archiving, cropping, and image analysis is done by the central server.

When the software matches a face, live or from archive, the images (the live image and the enrolled image) get sent to designated workstations, trigging a visual and audible alarm.  

Every detected face is recorded and archived by the facial software, and can be enrolled as a friend or a foe. Information can be added to the enrolled image, as to why they are in the database. The database can support thousands of enrolled images, and it only takes the system 0.5 seconds to search the database, and send an alarm to designated computers, mobile devices, or even send an email with pictures and history attached.

Multiple cameras per site can be connected to a single server, and multiple servers can be connected to a central database. Database synchronisation is configurable and can be done periodically, or multiple times per day.

Strict guidelines must be implemented for the facial recognition systems to succeed.  Type of cameras and lenses, mounting location, as well as height are all critical parameters that need to be understood and followed.

Over the years Razko has perfected the art of facial system installation. We have designed camera mounts that can connect to any ceiling type, walls, posts or columns. The IP MP cameras we use are specifically designed to produce clear, crisp images, even under the most challenging light conditions. Special lenses enable only the perfect amount of light through, in order to get the best image possible. A centralised server, with the facial software, connects to all the facial cameras. All capturing, archiving, cropping, and image analysis is done by the central server.

When the software matches a face, live or from archive, the images (the live image and the enrolled image) get sent to designated workstations, trigging a visual and audible alarm.  

Every detected face is recorded and archived by the facial software, and can be enrolled as a friend or a foe. Information can be added to the enrolled image, as to why they are in the database. The database can support thousands of enrolled images, and it only takes the system 0.5 seconds to search the database, and send an alarm to designated computers, mobile devices, or even send an email with pictures and history attached.

Multiple cameras per site can be connected to a single server, and multiple servers can be connected to a central database. Database synchronisation is configurable and can be done periodically, or multiple times per day.

Strict guidelines must be implemented for the facial recognition systems to succeed.  Type of cameras and lenses, mounting location, as well as height are all critical parameters that need to be understood and followed.

Over the years Razko has perfected the art of facial system installation. We have designed camera mounts that can connect to any ceiling type, walls, posts or columns. The IP MP cameras we use are specifically designed to

 produce clear, crisp images, even under the most challenging light conditions. Special lenses enable only the perfect amount of light through, in order to get the best image possible. A centralised server, with the facial software, connects to all the facial cameras. All capturing, archiving, cropping, and 

image analysis is done by the central server.

When the software matches a face, live or from archive, the images (the live image and the enrolled image) get sent to designated workstations, trigging a visual and audible alarm.