Developments in technology have allowed authorities to use facial recognition when identifying individuals. EDISON Software Development Centre have coupled this technology with eye recognition software to monitor and train customs officers that improves accountability and attentiveness.
According to the World Bank, 30% of global GDP is created through international trade, and with 4.4 billion people taking flights globally in 2019, customs officers’ workload has increased and from a safety and security perspective, cannot afford human error.
The launch of this project has been welcomed in airports, to track and trace customs officers’ effectiveness in performing their jobs. The way in which Electronic Eye Recognition Software works is by:
- Detecting operator's presence or absence in the workplace.
- Identifying and tracking the Facial position.
- Using eye and pupil recognition to detect the direction the operator is facing.
- Measuring time of when the operator's eyes are closed and when the operator's pupils are motionless.
- Creating helpful statistical reports to record the operator’s performance.
- Sending updates to the administrator for when the operator is not working appropriately.
Using this software for training and monitoring purposes increases productivity and effectiveness of those responsible for providing safety and security services in airports.
Tommy Karyukin, Sales Director at EDISON Software Development Centre says that "Biometric measurements are used in face detection, face capture and face match which are applied in investigations and law enforcement support. We have implemented the face recognition technology in the Electronic Eyes project, to control customs officer's vigilance. Safety is the major prerequisite for airport, we always welcome projects that enhance security."
For more information or high res images, please contact:
Jannet Samerkhanova, Marketing Coordinator at EDISON Software Development Centre on +7 (499) 500-14-94