SEOUL -- In cooperation with Intel, a U.S. technology giant, Hanwha Techwin, a surveillance and optoelectronics company in South Korea, has developed a new network video recorder equipped with artificial intelligence function, along with a security solution that can analyze human faces.
Usually, AI security solutions analyze videos based on clothes, glasses and bags. Hanwha Techwin said its face recognition solution can recognize and distinguish human faces as seen in spy movies. In the event of an unexpected situation such as a crime, the company said that CCTV footage of a particular person can be quickly found.
Hanwha Techwin said that the new network video recorder (NVR) stores more than 100,000 face information, which can be operated reliably in multi-use facilities, and converts license plate images into text or number-based digital information.
With the launch of its new solution, Hanwha Techwin said it has become the only South Korean company to apply AI to all stages of video security. In 2020, the company launched new AI cameras that can detect key information such as face and plate numbers, save only meaningful data and find those who are not wearing face masks.
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