MXSERVER Available on G-Cloud. Optionally utilise a UK Sovereign OFFICIAL SENSITIVE Platform. Facial Recognition Enabled Forensic Analysis of Media Integrated with Live CCTV Surveillance Watchlist Alerting. Available to all UK government, intelligence and law-enforcement agencies on the G-Cloud 11 framework.
LONDON, UK 2 July 2019: Allevate today announces the continued availability of MXSERVER on the UK Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Marketplace G-Cloud 11 Framework.
Allevate’s G-Cloud SaaS service is optionally enabled by Sungard Availability Services. Sungard AS provide a Secure Managed Cloud using AWS (Amazon Web Services). This fully UK Sovereign platform is AWS approved, Public Service Network (PSN)-connected and managed / supported by Security-cleared, UK-based personnel.
You may host your MXSERVER deployment on Sungard’s managed PaaS platform or on a platform of your choice.
You can view Allevate’s MXSERVER G-Cloud service descriptions here.
Forensic Analysis of Media Integrated with Live Surveillance Watchlist Alerting
- Forensically analyse masses of digital media.
- Maintain and manage biometrically enabled watchlists.
- Implement live facial recognition surveillance services from any number of cameras.
… all on a fully managed UK Sovereign AWS Cloud-hosted platform for OFFICIAL and OFFICIAL SENSITIVE workloads.
Access to both the software and all hosting and storage services are available on Digital Services Marketplace G-Cloud framework. Pricing uses an easy to calculate monthly service fee.
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.
- Ensure Positive Identification
- Enhance Public Safety
- Reduce Operational Costs
MXSERVER, from Tygart Technology, processes vast amounts of textual, video and photo collections quickly – automatically discovering, grouping and extracting segments depicting people. Using face recognition technology, this solution searches media archives to find other assets which depict individuals of interest. It also indexes the digital media to enable it to be efficiently searched using a photograph of a face, previewed and analysed via an intuitive web-based user interface. Results become available in minutes rather than hours or days because the digital media files are processed in parallel over a distributed cloud-architecture.
MXSERVER automates the bulk-processing of media for forensic analysis and is already proven by US Federal agencies to provide an “Order of Magnitude” efficiency gain and significantly enhanced identification of suspects.
About the UK Crown Commercial Service and G-Cloud
The UK Crown Commercial Service (CCS) works with both departments and organisations across the whole of the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and improve the quality of service delivery. The CCS goal is to become the “go-to” place for expert commercial and procurement services.
The G-Cloud catalogue is open to all public sector clients and is designed to provide a simple streamlined process for buying ICT focused products and services that use cloud computing as a commodity.