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Axis Communications showcases facial recognition solutions

By Digital Edge Bureau, 14.04.2018, 10:55
 
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Axis Communications puts focus on addressing the market of real-time facial recognition systems & solutions

As the world of digital surveillance imbibes the elements of AI (artificial intelligence), Axis Communications takes initiatives in bringing out facial and audio recognition products & solutions in India.

Facial recognition is a technology that identifies real- time video with a database of stored images. The application can be easily integrated to trigger an alarm and reduce response time for instances of an unforeseen intruder alert.

Axis has introduced a network-based audio systems that can be easily installed and integrated to an existing system since it’s on open standards with other systems. The range of audio portfolio includes network horn speakers and audio accessories that complement Axis’ network cameras.

“We’re seeing an increasing trend in India, where intelligent building systems is aiding in the convergence of multiple networks over an IP backbone. At Axis Communications, we’ve been continuously innovating our existing line of products and solutions that are capable to cater to the high end requirements of the retail sector to the high security need of the Indian defence and border security”, says Sudhindra Holla, Sales Director, India and SAARC, Axis Communications. “We’re thereby increasing our offerings and presence in the enterprise segment with products that make surveillance solutions more efficient and intelligent”, adds he.

Other innovations on the offering include – Axis perimeter defender, TCO and Zipstream technology. With the growing importance of cybersecurity, at constant enhancement and upgradation of cybersecurity will be a never-ending task, because well-resourced cybercriminals will never stop looking to exploit vulnerabilities in any new technology.

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