Secure Logiq will be highlighting how its relationship with Toshiba allows the manufacturer to offer a five-year warranty on all of its servers on its expanded booth at The Security Event. The trade show takes place at NEC Birmingham on April 5-7 with Secure Logiq on booth 3 J45 and J50. Secure Logiq relies on Toshiba’s MG Series hard drives for its servers, and it is these that allow the company to offer the full five-year warranty.
Integrated security manufacturer TDSi announce its forthcoming appearance at The Security Event, the major UK commercial, enterprise and domestic security event which takes place from 5th-7th April at the NEC Birmingham. On stand 3/C40 TDSi will be showcasing its latest products with a focus on its GARDiS range of integrated software and hardware access control solutions, the latest software updates and features, along with its contact-free Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)/mobile credentials authentication readers, and an introduction to its eagerly awaited GARDiS apps.
An algorithm submitted by NEC Corporation of America (NEC) outpaced all competition in correctly matching images of subjects wearing face masks at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) 2020 Biometric Technology Rally. The algorithm submitted by NEC, code-named ‘Alan’ for the anonymized test, achieved the highest True Identification Rate (TIR) at 98.7%.
Seven Bank, Ltd. and NEC Corporation hereby announce the development of a next-generation ATM, which has a facial recognition engine with the world’s No.1 certification accuracy. The ATM is to be installed and to replace old machines from this September. In recent years, technological innovations such as FinTech have led to the creation of new financial services.
NEC Corporation has announced an order from Japan Customs, under the Ministry of Finance, for an electronic customs procedure system utilizing face recognition to be installed at the customs inspection areas of six major airports in Japan: New Chitose Airport, Narita International Airport, Haneda Airport, Chubu International Airport, Kansai International Airport and Fukuoka Airport. This electronic customs procedure system utilizes NEC’s face recognition technology.
NEC Corporation announced that NEC Technologies India has partnered with the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing to deploy its industry-leading automated fingerprint identification system for the Kerala State Police in India. The new AFIS will be used by the Kerala State Police to match unknown fingerprints against a central database of known fingerprints for criminal investigation. There are more than 600 police/enforcement facilities across the state.
NEC Corporation of America (NEC) has appointed Paul DiPietra to its Advanced Recognition Systems Division to serve as the Senior Account Manager for the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Law Enforcement. DiPietra will be the primary liaison for NEC with the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Courts and other federal agencies that seek to use biometrics to help prevent crime, solve cases and protect public safety.
Western Business Events (WBE), host of The Fire Safety Event, is pleased to release further developments on this year’s exciting seminar programme. Now in its third year, The Fire Safety Event features a powerful combination of education, networking and business support designed to help organizations maintain the very highest standards of fire safety management.
NEC Corporation (TSE: 6701) announced that it has provided a facial recognition system for South Wales Police in the UK through NEC Europe Ltd. South Wales Police has deployed NeoFace Watch using CCTV cameras mounted on a number of police vehicles and is using its real-time surveillance capability to locate persons of interest on pre-determined watchlists, including criminals, suspects, vulnerable individuals and missing persons.
NEC Australia, a leading technology services company, together with NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701), today announced it has been selected to deliver South Australia Police’s facial recognition system, its latest weapon against crime in the state to support forensic, investigative and front-line policing operations. The facial recognition technology will help South Australia Police (SAPOL) solve crimes faster, apprehend criminals earlier, and assist with criminal investigations, including searching for missing persons more efficiently. SAPOL expects the system to contribute to a safer community.
NEC Corporation announced it is implementing a series of trials for cashless payment services using its facial recognition technologies at small retail stores inside its head office building in Tokyo. The trials will run until the end of August as a part of the company’s initiatives to apply its biometrics authentication technologies to several different services, including cashless payment, in an effort to improve the reliability and convenience of the identification process.
To strengthen public safety capabilities in Malaysia (and anywhere for that matter), NEC Corporation of Malaysia recently introduced a very promising product. NeoFace, a facial recognition solution was unveiled for the first time as part of public safety capabilities. This new technology was introduced during the Public Safety & Internal Security Asia 2014 held at the Grand Millennium at Kuala Lumpur from 12 – 14 August 2014. NEC’s NeoFace is the world’s fastest and most accurate facial matching product.
NEC Corporation (NEC) along with NEC Corporation of America (NECAM), one of the providers and integrators of advanced IT, communications, managed services, and biometric solutions, announced that NEC’s face recognition technology achieved the highest performance evaluation in the recent Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) 2014 performed by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology […]
09/10/2013 | 02:10am US/Eastern Recommend: *** For immediate use September 10, 2013 Argentina, September 10, 2013 – NEC Argentina (NEC), a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, has been selected by the government of Santa Fe Province to provide, install and operate an urban surveillance system for the cities and metropolitan areas of Santa Fe and Rosario. The contract is worth more than 10 million US dollars, including command and control centers, 600 cameras and a multi service data network. “NEC Corporation and Global View, a fully owned NEC subsidiary based in Argentina, have established a leading position in the provision of urban surveillance in Argentina,” said Carlos Martinangeli, general manager, NEC Argentina. “This new contract enables NEC to expand its contributions to safer cities with its advanced technologies in the security area.” Main features of the video surveillance solution include the following: Security cameras – 600 cameras deployed in 254 monitoring points within the cities of Santa Fe and Rosario. Cameras include 240 PTZ Dome-type and 360 fixed cameras. 40 of the cameras feature HD technology. Urban Safety Center – Video data is integrated into an Urban Safety Center located in each city featuring video walls, and over 70 monitoring stations. Network as a service – A 200km multi service data network deployed, including optical fiber and wireless systems. Santa Fe City´s Metropolitan Backbone expansion- Provision and construction of a 70km fiber optic cable, integrating over 50 public facilities into the government network. Infrastructure – Provision of a […]