Danish Superliga football club Brøndby IF’s stadium is the first in Denmark to utilise facial recognition technology, provided by Panasonic, to ensure a safer stadium experience and alleviate the strain placed on staff during high profile matches.
Panasonic has expanded the i-Pro Extreme series with six new compact models which feature Infra-Red (IR) illumination, to provide accurate colour footage both day and night.
This makes the range suited to high end surveillance applications, where the reliability of evidence is paramount should incidents occur. The inbuilt colour night vision functionality improves the user’s ability to distinguish between shades of clothing and cars in extreme low light environments (minimum luminance required is 0.03 lux).
Panasonic Business is set to attend the CriticalArc SafeZone EMEA Conference showcasing its range of security hardware and software for the higher education sector.
Held in Reading, England, the CriticalArc SafeZone EMEA conference aims to provide security insight for Universities facing the challenge of protecting thousands of students, at a time when budgets are increasingly constrained.
Panasonic’s facial recognition technology has helped ‘Jumbo Ten Brink Food’ to win an award for the ‘safest store in the Netherlands.’
Jumbo Ten Brink Food introduced the face server into their store environment in March 2017 after discovering that almost 80% of shoplifting took place via large shopping bags. Since then, Jumbo has installed 80 Panasonic cameras in-store, helping them to win the award.