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By: Jesse Davis West On: July 18, 2018 In: Blog, Home Page Comments: 0

One of the best things about law enforcement is that methodologies and technology are constantly being reevaluated to ensure that officers can best serve and protect their communities. Law enforcement conferences offer unprecedented opportunities to network with colleagues, learn from leaders and explore the latest and greatest technological innovations...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: July 06, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Each day, FaceFirst helps retailers prevent shoplifting and organized retail crime. The Case of the Philly Fanatic reveals how face recognition caught an especially devious criminal with a history of recidivism. 

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

The theme for the upcoming National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition will be enhancing situational awareness, a topic that is essential to protecting sporting and concert venues from violence and terrorism. We’ve made it our mission to provide venues with the ability to gain unprecedented situational awareness through our face recognition surveillance system.  If you’re headed to...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Since FaceFirst Guardian was first installed in Panama’s Tocumen International Airport, authorities have been able to detain and capture hundreds of individuals wanted in Panama and other countries for serious crimes.   According to Panama24Horas, one significant incident involved a Panamanian woman who had been accused of assassinating an officer of the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DJI) by poisoning him. After...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 08, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

  Each day, FaceFirst helps retailers catch shoplifters and organized retail criminals. The Case of the Ticket Switcher shines a light on a truly devious form of retail theft that is all too common.   The Scheme  The perpetrator had a habit of finding expensive items such as a Dyson Vacuum cleaner, along with an inexpensive item in the same...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 07, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Headed to NRF Protect 2018? If so, we'll be hosting a Texas hoedown, a grocer's roundtable and launching two brand new face recognition products for retail.

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 03, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

How quickly does face recognition pay for itself? This might be the number one question we get asked by retailers who are considering using our face recognition system.Reactions range from surprised to shocked when we say that the typical retailer reaches a break-even point in 8-10 months and a 2.2X ROI within four years.   This video shows exactly how FaceFirst helps retailers...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: June 01, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Each year, hundreds of people die in retail environments. Some die in burglary attempts. But far too often, people are hurt or killed when shoplifting incidents turn violent. One of the biggest problems is that most retail security solutions are reactive, only alerting security to shoplifting that is in progress or has...

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By: Peter Trepp On: May 21, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Here is the story of how FaceFirst's face recognition system for retailers was able to crack The Case of the Fake Budweiser delivery Man.

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By: William Tyree On: May 18, 2018 In: Blog, Home Page Comments: 0

In 2017, retail crime remains one of the most serious problems facing superstores, retail chains and grocery stores. How big of a problem is it? Inventory shrinkage costs the U.S. retail industry over $45 billion each year.

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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 16, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Facial recognition is becoming an increasingly essential layer within federal security. Over the past decade face recognition has matured to the point that it should now be considered an essential part of any government threat prevention technology stack. By using face recognition, government organizations identify persons of interest in real time, mitigate risks and...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 14, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Concerts and sporting events are almost always safe and fun. But the public is still haunted by recent events like the Manchester Bombing, Las Vegas Massacre and the Paris attacks at a concert venue and soccer game. According to a FaceFirst/SurveyMonkey report, nearly nine in ten Americans think it’s likely that a terrorist or mass shooter will attack...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 10, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Last year, once-fringe concepts like neural networks and deep learning suddenly went mainstream, as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune and other publications proclaimed it “the year of AI.” But the AI technology that has garnered the most attention has been face recognition. When Apple replaced the fingerprint scanner...

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By: Jesse Davis West On: May 02, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

Here are 21 amazing face recognition use cases for 2018, including preventing retail crime, finding missing children, diagnosing diseases and unlocking phones.

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By: Jesse Davis West On: April 20, 2018 In: Blog Comments: 0

It’s almost time for RILA’s Asset Protection Conference, and we’re excited to demonstrate the innovation in our face recognition platform. Since last year’s conference, FaceFirst is significantly more accurate, matching many individuals from 90-degree side profiles. It’s also up to 25x faster than before and requires 50% less hardware.  Our newly retooled system just might offer the fastest and most dramatic...

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