Face-Six, a global face recognition vendor specializing in cutting-edge facial recognition software, has announced the release of the FA6Drone. The FA6Drone is a face recognition software solution designed to recognize people from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also referred to as drones.
The FFA6Drone software allows drones to identify people from any range, provided that faces are of decent quality, and have a minimal size.
“We are pleased to offer clients a very powerful tool for identifying people in the field and in the crowd. The new FA6Drone software can be helpful in the lookout for criminals and terrorists in the streets, in the search of missing persons, and in other surveillance use cases,” said Moshe Greenshpan, founder and CEO of Face-Six.
Early this week the company released a video demonstrating how its facial recognition software identifies multiple employees in real time via a SkySapience drone camera.
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Once a face is detected, Face-Six displays a box around the face. White box for low-quality images, yellow for recognizable faces and green for identified persons. Face-Six displays the name of each identified person together with its watchlist or category. In this case either staff or visitors. On the visitor’s screen, Face-Six displays all identified and unidentified persons.
The software comes with a pro version designed for army and government agencies, and a light version for private and home use.
For more information please visit the Face-Six Website.