I’ve been talking about intelligent video applications including license plate recognition. Another specialized application with huge potential across many vertical markets with almost unlimited uses is facial recognition.
Other advanced security measures like biometrics that can recognize various features of the hand are also still on the cutting edge of technology but even they are more widely used more than facial recognition software.
An emerging high-profile application, facial recognition has the potential for greater accuracy than other advanced systems and is easier to integrate into a surveillance system.…
SourceSecurity.com has nice article outlining a real world application example for:
From the article, “Panasonic i-Pro video surveillance system to enhance security at Clarion University“:
Clarion University depends on Panasonic i-PRO systems to provide IP-based video surveillance throughout its campus in the Appalachian Mountain region of northwestern Pennsylvania. The University’s systems integrator, The Protection Bureau, is enthusiastic about the benefits of Panasonic security systems to Clarion University.
“The proof is in the picture, bottom line; the other specs don’t matter,” said Bob Burket, Senior Security Consultant, The Protection Bureau. “For megapixel cameras, Panasonic has the best picture out there, particularly in low-light situations.”
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We’re happy to announce the addition of new Panasonic IP cameras to our product catalog from Panasonic’s i-Pro, BB, and BL model series.
Panasonic i-Pro Series
A certified reseller of Panasonic’s professional IP camera line, the i-Pro series, IP Camera Supply has added competitively priced entry-level models to the full featured, robust workhorse featuring all the latest breakthroughs such as:
Panasonic Business and Residential IP Cameras
Also added from the Panasonic IP Camera stable are: