Cloud-Based Face Recognition now Accessible from Smart Mobile Devices to Enhance Public Safety in Europe 1


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Allevate is now offering Tygart’s new MXMOBILE™ FaceID System for smart mobile devices to enable European government and law enforcement agencies to access an MXSERVER™ system to identify faces on the move.

 

London, UK 6th August 2015– Allevate Limited today announced that, working cooperatively with Tygart Technology, it is now offering Tygart’s new MXMOBILE™ FaceID System for smart mobile devices to enable European government and law enforcement agencies to access an MXSERVER™ system to identify faces on the move. MXSERVER is a cloud-architected system that processes vast quantities of video and photo collections to transform these digital assets into searchable resources by using face recognition.

By leveraging the power and benefits of modern mobile technology, the MXMOBILE FaceID System brings the same power and face recognition analytic capabilities of MXSERVER onto smart mobile devices to lower the cost and improve the accuracy of remotely identifying individuals in the field.

This capability enables an officer located anywhere in the world to capture and upload a photograph to determine the identity of a subject within seconds. “MXMOBILE represents a huge technological leap forward for agents in the field, providing them with the capability to identify individuals using facial recognition in virtually real-time,” says John F Waugaman, President of Tygart Technology.

Agents can now transmit photos or videos captured on their smartphone through the MXMOBILE application, to be processed by MXSERVER using automated face detection and recognition technologies. The faces in the photos or videos are then matched by MXSERVER against watch lists to almost instantly offer a short, rank-ordered list of options that best match these faces, along with any other relevant information such as biographical information, known aliases and previous comments regarding the individual.

In addition to field use for the identification of persons of interest (POI), law enforcement agencies can make MXMOBILE available as a citizen policing tool, providing citizens the ability to upload videos and photographs of suspicious behaviour.

“Allevate has been working to make the power of MXSERVER, already utilised by defense and law enforcement agencies in the USA, available to European agencies”, says Carl Gohringer, founder of Allevate Limited. “We are pleased to be able to offer MXMOBILE to put this capability directly into the hands of law enforcement officers on the move.”

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About Allevate Limited

Founded in London in 2007, Allevate works with law enforcement, intelligence and government agencies to enhance public safety by ensuring positive identification through the application of biometric and identification technology.

Our relationships with best-of-breed technology suppliers and our extensive network of trusted industry experts coupled with our market intelligence and knowledge of trends ensures we are well positioned to deliver solutions that:

  • Ensure Positive Identification
  • Enhance Public Safety
  • Reduce Operational Costs

Visit us at http://allevate.com, email us at contact@allevate.com, call us on +44 20 3239 6399, follow us on Twitter at @Allevate and follow us on LinkedIN at :http://www.linkedin.com/company/allevate-limited.

About Tygart Technology      

For more information, visit http://www.tygart.com or call +1 304 363 6855.


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