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AI video technology is about to take security & operations in public transportation to the next level. Here’s how smart IoT cameras will reinvent public surveillance.

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Ultinous - Person Re-Identification

Author: Andy Penfold
Jan 26, 2019 1:15:00 PM

Ultinous offers easy to deploy AI-based human-related modular video analysis technology.

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The core technology can be composed in a flexible way to build scalable video analysis capability. Their product portfolio contains a wide scale of applications providing solutions on multiple levels from a full-scale development kit to custom edge applications. 

Product Demo - Ultinous

As part of our continuous strive for making AI-based video analytics as widely available as possible, they have developed their first camera-integrated solution for Security and Safety Things Platform. The re-ID application offered by Ultinous is able to identify reoccurring people on the image of one or multiple video surveillance cameras.

The solution utilizes facial recognition technology but does not require a database of stored reference images from people. The identification of an individual happens in realtime by labelling, through extraction of facial features: each individual appearing on the image of the camera receives an ID that is a numerical, coded identifier. The system therefore remains completely anonymized: the original images can't be restored. When multiple cameras are connected in a network, the application retrieves the extracted features and compares each occurrence. In case of a match, the identified person is recognized by the same ID over and over.

More information can be found on their website or LinkedIn page.

 

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