NEC India deploys Face Recognition Solution at Lemon Tree Hotels

NEC India Pvt. Ltd., a leading network and IT solution provider, completed the deployment of a high performance Face Recognition Solution (FRS) featuring NEC’s world-leading technologies at Lemon Tree groups’ upscale hotel, Lemon Tree Premier, Delhi Airport, New Delhi, making it the first in the hospitality sector in India to adopt the top-end safety and surveillance systems.

The solution is deployed with NEC’s partner Target Vision, and intelligently matches faces appearing on the hotel surveillance cameras to a database list of potential security threats provided by local authorities. Additionally, the solution can also be utilized for whitelist management, offering customized service to the VIP guests at the hotel simply by recognizing their faces.

The strength of NEC’s face recognition technology lies in its tolerance to poor quality, highly compressed surveillance videos and images. This cutting edge technology can even use poor quality webcam images to produce the highest search results per second, and can recognize altered faces too with a high level of accuracy. The FRS can produce search results quickly, even when linked to a massive database of over 1.6 million records.

NEC’s Face Recognition technology achieved the highest performance evaluation in the recent Face Recognition Vendor Test (FRVT) 2014 performed by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Moreover, NEC’s technology took first place consecutively following the 2009 Multiple Biometric Grand Challenge (MBGC 2009) and 2010-2011 Multiple Biometrics Evaluation (MBE 2010-2011).

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