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Tygart Releases New Version of Facial Recognition Technology, Provides Near Real-Time Analysis Capabilities

Tygart Technology, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise grade video and photographic analysis and biometric recognition systems, announced the release of their MXSERVER technology.

MXSERVER is a cloud-based face recognition system that processes vast amounts of video and photo collections, quickly transforming files extracted from captured computers, cell phones, SIM cards and video surveillance systems into searchable resources. The latest version of the MXSERVER technology delivers upgrades to the solution’s functionality, user interface (UI) and security.

MXSERVER provides investigators and analysts with the capability to analyze video; manage and distribute large media collections via the Internet; and screen and monitor video surveillance to quickly identify “persons of interest.”

MXSERVER facial recognition automatically finds, extracts and matches faces from very large media collections, including those stored in disparate or disconnected systems. It is designed to deliver fast and accurate results through automated forensic processing and analysis. MXSERVER is used by law enforcement to monitor large-scale events, process live surveillance feeds identifying potential threats and conduct investigative analysis following a terrorist attack or criminal act.

“Government agencies tasked with the mission of public safety and national defense are confronted with shrinking budgets that limit the resources available for manual forensic video and photo analysis,” said John F. Waugaman, president of Tygart Technology. “This timesaving video analytics technology enables agencies to search thousands of hours of video footage and millions of photographs housed in big data collections in just minutes.”

MXSERVER v2.7 is a significant upgrade to prior versions, improving back-end video/photo processing and face search speed and reliability.  Numerous functional enhancements have been made which simplify and expedite video/photo analysis and biometric enrollment. 

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