Published on 5 July, 2013
|The face-recognition & detection by BU-3026-IVS IPcam helps to trace the video recording easily
Airlive participated at the Computex 2013 held in Taipei, Taiwan, and showcased its latest surveillance networking solutions and innovative products including facial recognition and detection technology.
On their stand Airlive showcased its latest solutions such as a facial recognition and detection IVS IPcam, speed domes, fisheye IPcams, 5 and 3 megapixel IPcams, cloud viewing IPcam, megapixel IPcam, and 802.3at PoE switches.
Airlive’s major demo theme for the stand was its facial-recognition & detection by IVS IPcam (BU-3026-IVS) setting as an enhancement at the entrance of all private buildings, such as: offices, factories, VIP areas, and high-security rooms. Visitors or staff step in front of the IVS IPcam to scan their face before entering a particular monitored area. The face-recognition & detection by IVS IPcam (BU-3026-IVS) is able to help trace the video recording easily with less load on the system to increase the system’s efficiency.
According to the company, during the Computex 2013 trade event, that was held from June 4 - 8, 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan, the debut of the IVS IPcam has already attracted a great deal of attention from the visitors and is fast becoming one of the highlights of the show.