Next month the NtechLab face recognition system will be implemented at 30 Indian railway stations, including the station in Mumbai - one of the most populated cities in the world. A company representative says that the system has to recognize up to 50 people in the frame simultaneously to work with such a high flow of people.
The technology integrated with 470 cameras will be implemented in the busiest section of Indian Railways, where it will help authorities to monitor passenger flows and compliance with security measures. In the future, NtechLab plans to expand the surveillance system and implement it in the entire Indian railroad network.
In June the Ministry of Internal Affairs launched a system for recognizing people and vehicles based on additional features, which was also developed by NtechLab, in several Russian regions.