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iOmniscient wins IFSEC award for CCTV Product of the Year
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iOmniscient wins IFSEC award for CCTV Product of the Year

Published on 1 Jun, 2011

iOmniscient won the 2011 IFSEC Award for the Best CCTV Product of the Year. The product was awarded for iOmniscient’s Face Recognition in a Crowd Technology.
Dori Schmetterling receiving the IFSEC 2011 award for Best CCTV Product of the Year

The IFSEC Exhibition in the UK is the largest annual International Exhibition in the World. iOmniscient was honoured this year to have won the IFSEC Award for the Best CCTV Product of the Year (excluding cameras and lens). The product was awarded for iOmniscient's Face Recognition in a Crowd Technology, which continues the company's tradition of developing products for crowded and complex scenes.

Previously iOmniscient had won the same award for its IQ 180 Genius level product which can detect objects that are virtually invisible to the human eye. As yet no one has been able to achieve that and iOmniscient's technique for doing it is internationally patented.

Ms Ivy Li, Co-founder and MD of iOmniscient said, "We are pleased to have been recognised by the judges for the IFSEC Award. We believe it recognises our commitment to increase the technology gap between the company's products and those of all its competitors."

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank both our Systems Integrator and Research partners who have supported us over the years. It is with their support and feedback that we can continue to improve our technology and persevere with the task of building the world's most advanced Artificial Intelligence based Video Analytics."


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