CyberLink Brings AI Biometric Capabilities to VIVOTEK’s Video Management Platform VAST 2, Creating New Cutting-edge Integrated Security Solutions
CyberLink Corp, a pioneer of AI and facial recognition technologies, collaborates with VIVOTEK, the global leading IP surveillance solution provider, to integrate CyberLink’s FaceMe Security, an AI-based authentication solution into VIVOTEK’s VAST 2 easy to use IP video management software (VMS). The new partnership creates a single platform combining IP camera management, identity verification, time and attendance tracking and more for a wide range of security applications.
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Face biometrics is an emerging technology among IoT applications, with surging demand for smarter, ethical security deployments. Through cooperation, the enhanced VMS enables facial verification in an edge-server hybrid environment for identification, and provides precise real-time alerts on the basis of pre-configured blocklists and VIP notifications while simultaneously recording employee time and attendance record.
The integrated solution streamlines the management process, allowing security operators to centrally configure and monitor IP cameras in any facility, enabling a safer and easy-to-use AI facial security experience.
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“CyberLink and VIVOTEK are providers of best-in-class software that, when combined, are capable of meeting the nuanced demands of facial authentication and integrated smart security solutions worldwide,” said Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink. “We think there is an incredible opportunity for both us, and our customers around the world.”
After forging an alliance in early 2020, CyberLink and VIVOTEK are now bringing the integrated solution to commercial customers worldwide. In the coming months, CyberLink will co-host a series of online webinars with VIVOTEK in Taiwan, Japan, Latin America and the United States to demonstrate how this technology can be implemented and used across industries.