NEC showcases new enterprise video analytics solution at connect:ID 2018
27 November 2018 16:35 GMT

Networking and biometric security solutions firm NEC has announced its Enterprise Video Analytics solution (NEC EVATM) for video surveillance (real-time and post event), facial recognition, analytics, intrusion detection and tracking will be demonstrated at connect:ID 2018, April 30-May 2 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

In the booth at connect:ID, attendees will be able to see the NEC EVA solution, which represents a new class of video analytics allowing for instant detection, identification and tracking of suspicious individuals, objects and behavior in a crowd, based on our world-renowned NeoFace and other analytics technologies.

“Early detection of suspects and suspicious individuals, objects and behaviors enables preventative measures to be put in place,” said Raffie Beroukhim, Senior Vice President, NEC Advanced Recognition Systems. “From real-time surveillance to post-event analysis of available video, NEC EVA delivers a scalable, end-to-end technology suite that assists in securing transportation hubs, critical infrastructure and borders, as well as reducing man-power and expenses in criminal investigations.”

In addition to NEC’s award-winning NeoFace® facial recognition technology NEC EVA supports state-of-the-art analytics including object detection, crowd detection and estimation, queue waiting times, tracking and suspicious behaviors. NEC’s Advanced Recognition Systems offers these and other biometrics oriented security applications to enable the safety, security and economic interests of the U.S. and our allies.

Also at connect:ID, be sure to check out NEC’s lineup of speakers:

Raffie Beroukhim, Senior Vice President, NEC Advanced Recognition Systems

May 1, 13:45, Speaking Fishbowl: Hardening Soft Targets with ID

Benji Hutchinson, Vice President of Federal Operations, NEC Advanced Recognition Systems

May 2, 10:45, Speaking Defense: ID in Theater

Matt Pruitt, Chief Federal Solutions Architect, NEC Advanced Recognition Systems

May 2, 14:40, Session Panel: Securing the Internet of Things

NEC will be exhibiting at connect:ID – 30 April - 2 May 2018 in Washington DC. connect:ID is an innovative international conference and a free global exhibition that together focus on all aspects of identity technologies and the opportunities for their management in both the physical and digital worlds.

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