Japanese surveillance system in the second Search 36 million persons
Japanese company Hitachi Kokusai Electric made a surveillance software in one second can even search the 36 million persons in their own database.
The software can analyze a person from a photo or footage from surveillance cameras, and the results are displayed simultaneously. It is possible to choose the face of a potential suspect and monitor the sites where it was, but also continue to monitor the sites that will just go away.
The advanced control system allows face recognition, and although the angles to 30 degrees to the camera.
This control is suitable for users who have a large number of cameras, such as railways, police and judicial institutions, large trade says Seiichi Hirai from Hitachi. The system plans to ship the next fiscal year.