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Revolutionary Face Recognition Media Exploitation System Now Available to Enhance Public Safety in Europe
Date:5/9/2013

LONDON and WASHINGTON, May 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Allevate and Tygart join forces to offer a solution that automates forensic bulk-processing of media for intelligence purposes to cost-constrained European Law Enforcement. Already proven with US Federal agencies to provide an "Order of Magnitude" efficiency gain and significantly enhanced identification of suspects.

Allevate Limited and Tygart Technology today announced their strategic collaboration to help improve society by providing cost-constrained government agencies with technology to combat organised crime, terrorist activities and civil unrest. Governments across Europe are in fiscal crisis; austerity is the order of the day. Against this backdrop, security risks are continuously increasing. There is a need to enhance public safety whilst reducing operational budgets.

Allevate, a technology company focusing on improving operational efficiencies and enhancing public safety through positive identification with biometric technology, and Tygart, developers of commercial software products for government and law enforcement agencies, cite an explosion in digital media due to the ubiquity of smart phones, other portable devices and CCTV. Law enforcement and intelligence agencies have amassed large collections of video and photographs from multiple sources such as confiscated hardware, online sources and surveillance cameras. However, there is no easy and cost-effective way to access the intelligence this media contains and respond rapidly when atrocities occur; experienced and expensive human capital must be assigned the rote task of watching countless of hours of video in the hope of finding useful information.

Tygart's MXSERVER, already providing a significant return on investment to US Federal Defence, Intelligence and Law Enforcement organisations, processes vast amounts o
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