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German manufacturer Dallmeier has announced a development partnership with AnyVision, a pioneer in AI-based facial, body, and object recognition. The aim of the cooperation is to integrate AnyVision’s facial recognition technology into Dallmeier Hemisphere. The Hemisphere software platform offers customers from various industries a wide variety of modular solutions for security applications and business process optimisation.

From the optimisation of marketing activities to forensic evaluations – the use of facial recognition technologies is becoming increasingly important for customers of video technology solutions. The integration of AnyVision’s technology will enable Dallmeier customers to use facial recognition data within various modules of the Dallmeier Hemisphere software platform. In this way, security and business processes can be optimised, eg. through blacklist/whitelist procedures, marketing optimisation through VIP-customer recognition, forensic evaluations in law enforcement procedures or the automation of access controls in office or manufacturing environments.

This allows customers of the Hemisphere software platform to access and use the data within various solution suites. Specifically, AnyVision’s facial recognition solution will be integrated into the Hemisphere SeMSy video and security management suite, as well as in other solution suites of the Hemisphere platform, such as the situational awareness/incident management or data and security information management.

“In today’s increasingly complex world, customers need solutions that can integrate powerful components from leading manufacturers within a single platform strategy. Partnerships like this with AnyVision ensure that our customers always have the optimal combination of leading technologies at their disposal,” said Dieter Dallmeier, founder and CEO, Dallmeier. “Dallmeier’s solutions in sectors such as safe city, stadiums, airports, logistics, casinos but also in the processing industry cover more and more topics that go far beyond classic video security technology. This makes it all the more important to work together with the right partners for complementary technologies which, when combined, offer decisive added value.”

Plug-and-play for easy integration

The partnership is also part of AnyVision’s mission to make its AI-powered technology available to more businesses and environments across the globe. Unlike other software solutions in the market, AnyVision’s software is plug-and-play for new and existing systems, and able to overcome challenges such as occlusions, different angles of view, and poor lighting conditions. AnyVision currently develops technology for security and surveillance, mobile authentication, access control, and real-world analytics.

Boris Gokhman, VP of strategic partnerships at AnyVision, commented: “Facial, body, and object recognition have real-world benefits right now. Collaborating with best-of-breed technology partners to help more organisations working across diverse sectors to harness new capabilities and achieve those benefits is hugely important to us. We are delighted to be working with Dallmeier on this and look forward to expanding this partnership in the future.”

For more information contact Dallmeier southern Africa Office, +27 11 510 0505, dallmeiersa@dallmeier.com, www.dallmeier.com



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