Face recognition redefined
Videmo 360 is the next generation of software for face recognition. It combines the functionalities of retrospective evaluation and live observation in a distributed, client-server-capable solution. Register as many cameras as needed from remote observation points, and let teams of evaluators analyse large video data sets in parallel.
What are the advantages of the new Videmo 360?
Identity search in image and video data
Enroll identities from live video, recorded video or images, and search for them in the complete database.
Iterative search for more accurate results
Enrich identities with individual search results to enhance their facial models and get even more accurate results.
No manual crawling of video material
Videmo 360 generates an event for each captured face, including a time stamp. Save up to 95% of your workload.
Alerting about known persons
Enrolled faces are recognized again upon sighting and an alarm occurs, e.g. also to mobile devices.
Intelligent client-server architecture
The server takes over the work, and you can access the results using a standard PC. The requirements to network and operators' machines are thus relieved.
User-friendly and collaborative work
Drag-and-drop as well as filter functions make your work easier and help to get you organised. Share your work results with others.
Videmo 360 adapts to your needs
Today a single-user solution, tomorrow a large, distributed system: we have the right solution for every requirement and budget.
Flexible API for customer-specific solutions
You would like to integrate our technology into a VMS or plan your own application? With our API, there are no limits to your projects!
Which use case does the new Videmo 360 support?
A problem inherent in systems using cards or PIN codes is that cards and codes can ben intentionally or unintentionally handed to unauthorized individuals. Videmo 360 closes this security loophole: Upon access with a card or PIN code, the face of the entering person is additionally captured and automatically compared with video data from past authorised access attempts.