Criminals beware! Ayonix Inc. Japan, an image technology solution provider, recently released a new real-time facial detection and recognition surveillance product aimed at safely identifying criminals and suspects in public places, such as airports, train stations, stadiums and public malls.
With this recent technology update, Ayonix's Public Security (APS) product now has a processing speed that's 10 times faster than other releases. Users can now achieve real-time face recognition in public locations, and APS ver2.1 now makes walk-through facial recognition feasible.
The APS scans incoming camera streams in real-time and notifies the operator when a face matches a "hit" on a watch list. APS has been approved by government organizations and is being used by various government organizations to prevent crime around the world.
"We are expecting a 120 percent sales [increase] with this new release by the first quarter of 2011," said Sadi Vural, president and CEO of Ayonix Inc.