Dahua Technology has launched its deepsense series IP cameras, consisting of AI-powered face detection and face recognition network cameras. Driven by AI algorithms, it enables accurate face capture and face attributes analysis for real-time monitoring, mainly applied for business parks, schools, airport, banks and shopping mall key areas.
Based on Dahua’s AI-powered security technology, as well as industry leading wide dynamic range (WDR) technology, the deepsense series IPC offers high clarity face image snapshots, even in contrasting lighting conditions. It also supports the extraction of six different facial attribute from video, including gender, age, expression (happy, calm, surprised, sad, and angry), glasses, mouth masks, and beard and moustache, which makes searching and tracking subjects of interest more efficient.
After exporting the information into the built-in database (up to 10 000 face images), Dahua’s deepsense IPC offers a user-friendly and flexible way for data management, making face comparison more convenient. Additional functions such as black/white lists and stranger mode, those who are recognised as strangers or blacklisted people will trigger the alarm in advance, further improving the efficiency of monitoring.
By taking pictures instead of recording videos, Dahua’s new IPC effectively cuts bandwidth requirements. And when a blurry or angled picture is detected, it will automatically be discarded, so that only the clearest and the most suitable images are sent for analysis, further saving bandwidth and storage space. Moreover, supported by advanced video encoding standards (H.265 & H.264), it saves up to 70% in storage while maintaining high quality video compared to standard video compression, reducing the total operation cost for users.
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