Its technology is implemented both in them cameras of security as in the server WV-ASF900 allowing record and analyze who enter to a building or installation. Also, the software includes functions for people counting and detection by gender and age.
The server WV-ASF900 of Panasonic allows you to execute the functionality of recognition facial in a system of security IP. To implement the technology in cameras and on the server it is possible to have information about who is accessing the facilities. Also, also serves as a tool for the analysis of marketing with capabilities for the count of people e identification of age and gender.
Face recognition information collected by the surveillance cameras are stored in a database which you can perform searches of a face in particular.
With this functionality, You can set an alarm to be activated when the cameras detect a certain face or follow the movements of a person in particular in chronological order across all cameras.
An of the main advantages of the solution of recognition facial is the level of control that you gives starting from a point central's management.
Thanks to the connection directly between the camera and the server, You can monitor and collect images of up to 20 camera remote from a server at the same time. Facial recognition is performed in real time and the operator can easily access recorded images related to the face through the graphical user interface integrated in the monitoring software.
He Server WV-ASF900 is ideal for use in facilities where is requires a high level of safety or where is precise information exact of them people that have access to the building. The information of multiple cameras and different sites at the same time, real-time.
The software also features analysis functions with which it is possible to perform statistics such as people counting, and detect the age and the gender. The system shows the information relevant in a way accessible, viewing the result in graphics. Statistical data can be saved as a CSV file for further analysis.
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