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NtechLab Enters the Malaysian Market with its World-Leading Face Recognition Technology
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October 1, 2021 News

 

NtechLab, a global leader in video analytics, announced recently its entry into Malaysia with FindFace Multi, a groundbreaking tool that accurately detects faces and silhouettes of people and cars in real-time video streams.

NtechLab algorithms are designed to help organisations and businesses make better decisions. The technology empowers governments and security services to act with greater speed and confidence and provides commercial companies with richer audience analytics.

Using an intelligent criteria-based facial search, the system can detect and track ‘persons of interest’ in a split second. It also has high levels of accuracy in detecting faces when they are partially covered with medical masks or clothes. Silhouette recognition enables the identification of people by the color of clothes and accessories. Vehicle recognition identifies the type of body, color, manufacturer and model of a car. It works even if license plates, or part of the car, are not visible.

“Malaysia is a very important country to our business portfolio and will significantly expand our presence in the growing field of video analytics”, said Andrei Telenkov, CEO at NtechLab. “The entry into Malaysia supports NtechLab’s strategic business decision and global growth strategy campaign aimed at winning new markets in the Gulf region, Latin America and Southeast Asia”.

Liana Meliksetyan, Chief Commercial Officer at NtechLab, added: “In August, NtechLab’s face recognition system was adopted by the Indian Railways in a major strategic move to improve important planning and cut crime. The system will be used on the busiest section of the Indian Railways and ensure simultaneous recognition of up to 50 people in a single frame. The successful completion of the project adds India to the list of 30 countries that are already using our technology”.

“We currently have partners in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, and we are looking for more partners in Malaysia to jointly promote NtechLab products, all of which have demonstrated great effectiveness insecurity, retail, banking, and other areas”, said Dmitry Tameev, Head of Southeast Asia Sales at NtechLab.

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