June 4, 2014

              Hard Times for Shady Characters: Technoserv and Basler aviator Cameras Taking Care of Safety in Public Places

              Basler cameras in Moscow's largest train station

              Up to 70% of terrorist acts occur on or near public transport infrastructure

              More than 1,500 persons pass through Moscow's largest train station each hour. It's a place where people can start their journey simply and without concerns about their safety. This sense of security comes thanks to a biometric control systems implemented at the train station by the Russian company Technoserv. Basler aviator cameras are a key component in this system.

              The system from Technoserv differs from other biometric systems insofar as no physical contact with the device is needed. The system does not need to be touched and no one needs to stand still in front of the system. Walking past the camera is enough. Basler aviator cameras are responsible for image acquisition and form the basis for Technoserv's facial recognition software.

              For more on this application, see our Success Story "Hard Times for Shady Characters: Technoserv and Basler aviator Cameras Taking Care of Safety in Public Places".

              We've provided a direct link below. You'll also find this Success Story and other interesting documents in our download area.

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