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IDEMIA Technology Powering a World Premiere Free Passenger Flow at Terminal 4 Singapore Changi Airport

IDEMIA, the global leader in trusted identities for an increasingly digital world, provides a complete passenger processing biometric system at Changi Airport Terminal 4 in Singapore which was opened on October 31, 2017.

IDEMIA (formerly known as OT-Morpho) strives to enable people to communicate, connect, vote, move around and travel safely, while also giving end-users unparalleled convenience.In September 2015, Changi Airport – ranked world top airport for the fifth year in a row  - selected IDEMIA to provide biometric identification and authentication services as passengers pass through the airport’s most innovative terminal.

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Morse Watchmans Showcases KeyWatcher® Touch at ISC East 2017

Solution Provides a Secure, Total Key Management System

New York, NY, USA– Morse Watchmans, a world leader in security management systems, will showcase its award-winning KeyWatcher® Touch system at ISC East (booth #341), November 15-16, 2017 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. The KeyWatcher Touch is a scalable key control and management solution with easy to use, time-saving features. At ISC East, Morse Watchmans will be demonstrating the unique functionality and features of the product.

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Making Smart Cities Safer at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2017

Today’s cities face a variety of safety and infrastructure issues caused by rapidly growing population, rising crime rates, and frequent unplanned incidents like acts of terrorism and severe weather events. As a leading provider of mission-critical and business-critical solutions, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure is uniquely positioned to help public safety agencies and city governments address these challenges to improve operations, increase city-wide collaboration, expand stakeholder engagement, and modernize services.

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Huawei Announces Smart City Control Centre

Huawei's Intelligent Operation Centre uses big data, machine learning, and AI to provide a dashboard to collect, monitor, and analyse information to be used in city planning and management.

Huawei has released its Intelligent Operation Centre (IOC), calling it the "brain" of smart cities.The IOC has a city dashboard for collecting, monitoring, and analysing data, and using it for managing and making decisions for city events, emergencies, security, transportation, and other services.

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Raytec’s VARIO2 IP Hybrid Illuminator Nominated for Detektor International Awards 2017

Raytec are delighted to announce that the VARIO2 IP Hybrid Network Illuminator has been nominated at the Detektor International Awards 2017 in the category of Best Product Award -Video Surveillance (CCTV).

As the first and the only IP-enabled Hybrid Network Illuminator in the market, VARIO2 IP Hybrid represents all of the best Raytec technology integrated into a single platform. It combines 4 key technologies, namely Infra-Red, White-Light, PoE and IP connectivity into a single networked package - which makes it the most advanced illuminator in the security market today.

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Chinese AI Unicorn SenseTime Signs Strategic Investment Agreement with Qualcomm

Beijing, China - SenseTime, China’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) unicorn, announces today that it has signed a strategic investment agreement with global communications giant Qualcomm Incorporated, which is pending closing.

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CCTV to Be Made Compulsory in All Animal Slaughterhouses, UK Government Announces

CCTV will be made compulsory in all animal slaughterhouses under new government plans announced today.

Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, said that, from next spring, all abattoirs where live animals are present will be forced to install cameras in an attempt to clamp down on mistreatment.The footage from the cameras will be accessible to official vets working for the Food Standards Agency, who will highlight cases in which animals have been poorly treated. Those responsible could then lose their license or face prosecution.

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Huawei Focuses on Making Smart Cities Safe with IoT

Using Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and new technology applications to make cities safer is a key part of smart cities deployments, Huawei has said, pointing to its work in Longgang District, China.

Rather than a simple focus on deploying smart cities solutions, Huawei is pushing the concept of safer cities through technology and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the Chinese networking giant has said.

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Facial Recognition Improving 'at Breakneck Speeds'

For all the news coverage of facial recognition technology, it's currently just not that good.

“Traditionally, face recognition software has worked very well on what I would call highly controlled photos,” said Chris Boehnen, a program manager with the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. Those would include pictures where the subject is looking at the camera and where there is good lighting, like a drivers license, visa or mugshot picture.

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Russian, Chinese Companies Win Intel Community's Face Recognition Tech Contest

A Russian company whose software is used to match facial photos to individual identities has $25,000 from the U.S. intelligence community.

NTechlab, based in Moscow, is best known for building a product called “FindFace” that let users surreptitiously take photos of strangers and match them to their online social media profiles through Russian Facebook-counterpart VKontakte.