Within automation we have Tyco AI, an ever-evolving, deep learning solution that is infusing Artificial Intelligence into the Tyco security technology portfolio. With these new capabilities, Tyco AI provides a new, more autonomous approach to alerts, searches, privacy and access, leveraging a facility’s surveillance infrastructure and reducing the need for operator intervention.Download AI Brochure
Enabled by the powerful algorithms in Tyco AI, object classification and behaviour and facial recognition analytics become exponentially faster and more accurate, enabling the industry-leading suite of Tyco’s automation solutions for access control and video surveillance to produce critical and customizable operational intelligence data for nearly any customer application.
Tyco facial recognition technology is already embedded into the Illustra Insight, an automated access control device that combines a leading-edge security camera and facial recognition to seamlessly grant or deny access without cards or mobile credentials. Using Tyco AI, Illustra Insight can simultaneously recognize and make decisions about multiple faces in the camera’s field of view. As part of the camera’s anti-spoofing technology, two imagers create a 3D facial topology that provides enhanced facial detection to determine whether a face is actually a human or a picture.
Facial Matching solution provides notification of arriving persons of interest. Designed to provide actionable intelligence, facial matches can be monitored in live video overlays or delivered in notifications. When using the Exacq Mobile application, a video clip is presented for verification. Faces can be classified into different categories so that personnel can be deployed to respond appropriately. Enabled by Tyco AI, this deep learning facial recognition engine provides high accuracy facial matching, even with partially obscured faces due to glasses, hats, and varied angles of view.
As companies scramble to implement safeguards to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, intelligent applications can quickly put information into the hands of facility decision makers tasked with maintaining safe environments. Through its integration with Tyco AI, exacqVision 20.09 introduces face mask detection, making it easier for businesses to be proactive about reducing risks.
Allows video system operators to locate suspects of interest in just a few moments. Perform searches of people using a previously saved image or from still images captured from live video within victor Client. The results for these searches can be sorted by relevance or time, and selected clips can be saved/ exported.
Recommended Camera Stream
|Frames per Second||15|
Recommended Camera Placement
|Zoom||~200 pixels per foot|
|Angle||Direct front-facing view|
|Scene Lighting||Faces lit at 200 lux. Minimize background brightness|
|Component||4 Channel Face Recognition||16 Channel Face Recognition|
|CPU||1 x Intel Core i9-9820X 3.3GHz with 10 cores||2 x Intel Xeon Gold 6230 2.1GHz with 20 cores|
|GPU||1 x Nvidia Quadro RTX4000 8GB||4 x Nvidia Quadro RTX4000 8GB|
|RAM||64GB DDR4 RAM||128GB DDR4 RAM ECC|
4TB 7200rpm SATA enterprise HDD
|1TB NVMe SSD|
4TB 7200rpm SATA enterprise HDD
|Network||2 x 1GB Ethernet NICs|
|2 x 1GB Ethernet NICs|