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Russian Facial Recognition System Launched on Indian Railways

August 26, 2021, 11:54 (UTC+3)|

NtechLab's facial recognition system FindFace Multi is installed at 30 Indian railway stations, with a total of 470 cameras using intelligent video analytics.

The system is capable of simultaneously recognizing up to 50 people in the frame on busy sections of railways. Authorities plan to use it to manage passenger traffic, count passengers, search for criminals and search for missing people.

The system allows recognizing faces in the video stream within three seconds, comparing the results with databases of wanted persons, and if a match is found, send an alert to law enforcement officers.

In the future, Indian officials plan to extend the technology to the entire country's railway network.

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Plans to launch a Russian face recognition system in India were announced at the end of June 2021, with plans to install NtechLab’s solution at 30 other railway stations in India, including the station in Mumbai, one of the most populated cities in the world.

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