The powerful combination of accuracy, speed, and small size makes SAFR the best solution on the market for recognizing live video — where camera-unaware faces are in motion, at varying angles, in low lighting, at varying focal lengths, or partially obscured. The April 2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) results rated SAFR as both the fastest and most compact among algorithms for wild images with a less than 0.022 False Non-Match Rate. With 99.86% accuracy, SAFR instantly detects and matches millions of faces in real time under challenging real-world conditions.
To unlock facial recognition’s full potential, systems must be scalable and adaptable. SAFR’s speed advantage is well suited to large-scale deployments: When it’s necessary to process hundreds of thousands of faces in real time, SAFR does so exponentially faster than any other solution on the market. Use cases include camera integration, live entertainment venues, public transit centers, retail insights, video monitoring, physical space analytics, and more. SAFR’s visionary approach is based on more than 20 years of world-renowned leadership in video technologies.
Enhanced Mask Detection & Recognition with Masks:
Available now, SAFR’s 3.0 release introduces a new default high sensitivity face detector. Customers running the high sensitivity face detector will see a 95.1% detection rate and 98.85% recognition accuracy rate for faces covered by PPE face masks — including non-surgical fabric masks of varying patterns — in surveillance-style videos of faces in motion. Detection efficiency has also been improved when multiple faces are simultaneously in the field of view to ensure detection and recognition speeds remain high.
SAFR 3.0 also includes a new mask detection algorithm which sets new standard for detecting all kind of masks and results can be visualized in a dashboard that enables to anonymously track mask usage rates and view and filter by age, gender, location, and time.
SAFR’s occupancy-counting dashboard helps businesses to automatically track compliance with limited number of people in enclosed spaces. SAFR can count the number of people entering and exiting a facility with a live dashboard that sends a notification when occupancy limits are reached. SAFR also tracks and reports on the percentage of individuals who are wearing masks, and includes age breakdowns in order to track sensitive groups such as seniors.
These solutions are made possible by the combination of high-precision MOBOTIX cameras and highly accurate technology from SAFR.