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Further International Airports Choose Video Analytics from iOmniscient

IOmniscient : 04 May, 2010  (Application Story)
Airports in the UAE, Turkey and Malaysia have been added to iOmniscient's growing list of international aviation clients seeking video analytics systems
Airports around the world continue to choose iOmniscient and last month was no exception with 3 major airports placing orders for Video Analysis. They were Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Abu Dhabi in the UAE and Antalya in Turkey.

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) has decided to use iOmniscient's IQ series software for their latest security upgrade. After an extensive search and evaluation process which involved visiting airports around the world they selected iOmniscient's video analysis system.

With a range of applications in mind KLIA will be implementing some of the simpler applications as well as IQ Infinity for the most complex scenes. iOmniscient's partner, GTC Global is the systems integrator for this project.

Smart TR is the Integrator for Antalya Airport which will also implement a wide range of applications. Perhaps the most comprehensive implementation will be at Abu Dhabi. The coverage for this project extends to the Car Parks and involves Identification and Detection technologies. The integrator in this case is Atlas Telecom.

Dr Rustom Kanga, iOmniscient CEO, commented that "airports can be very complex environments. In particular they have to cope with very crowded scenes. If accurate counting is difficult when there are one or two people to be counted it can be much more difficult to count crowds. If detecting abandoned luggage is difficult in an empty scene, it is even more so in a crowd. If faces are difficult to recognize accurately when a single face is presented to a camera, it is far more difficult to do it in a crowd. Yet working in crowded scenes is iOmniscient's speciality - this is where we have most of our patents and this is the reason organizations with complex requirements such as airports and railways use us."
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