FACIAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS

/FACIAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS
FACIAL RECOGNITION SYSTEMS2019-01-31T13:40:55+00:00

GovComm facial recognition cameras detect and crop faces on live video streams, then utilize on-board sophisticated algorithms to perform measurements. The information is then transferred to our powerful servers where data is compared against facial images.

Although any camera can be used to capture images, it takes specialized on-board processing for an effective solution. The “any camera” concept is a marketing ploy software company’s use to capture a customer (tricking the customer into thinking they can save on low cost camera technology by purchasing expensive technology), but the “any camera” concept does not work well in real-life…cameras not specifically engineered for facial recognition require substantial server resources and have a low probability of successful capture and match.

Facial recognition cameras are not typically deployed in every surveillance location at a facility. It is wise to place facial recognition cameras in the areas where people are “herded” through check-in and security check-points (to alert that a known subject is present), but it is not necessary for every camera on a system to use the substantial system resources that are required for this artificial intelligence technology.

GovComm’s facial recognition cameras and servers are versatile to most any situation, extremely accurate, integrate with our video management software and are always license-free.

Bullet
(GC-FRB22 & GC-FRB28)
  • ideal for indoor or outdoor environments. This camera format has a built-in mounting bracket and is best for short to medium focal lengths (best inside 50 feet).

Dome
(GC-FRD22 & GC-FRD28)
  • ideal for indoor or outdoor environments. This camera format is typically mounted on a ceiling and is best for short to medium focal lengths (best inside 50 feet).

Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ)
(GC-FRIP4)
  • ideal for indoor or outdoor environments. This camera format can be used for multiple target areas and can work well at short, medium and longer focal lengths (best inside 75 feet).

Dual Lens Stand-Alone
(GC-FRIS24 & GC-FRIS212)
  • ideal for indoor environments. This camera system does not require a facial recognition server because the face libraries reside on-board the camera. This camera format is best for remote locations (far from the server room) and short focal lengths (best inside 30 feet).

4 Channel Facial Recognition Server Plus Built-in 32 Channel Network Video Recorder
(GC-NF432)
  • This is a RAID server supports up to 16 libraries, 100,000 image database and up to 8 hard drives (maximum 10TB each)

32 Channel Facial Recognition Server Plus Built-in 128 Channel Network Video Recorder
(GC-FRS128)
  • This is a RAID server that supports up to 16 libraries, 100,000 image database and up to 24 hard drives (maximum 10TB each).